Bright Science Fair winners


Forty-six sixth graders and 47 fifth graders participated in the Bright Elementary Science Fair on Nov. 17. The event was evaluated by eight outside judges. Students’ projects were judged based on research, design, execution, creativity and presentation. There were first, second and third places awarded in each homeroom. For the overall award for each grade level, the top two students from each homeroom came down to present a second time to all of the judges. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Murphy’s homeroom were Weston Blair, first place; Kathryn Ogden, second place, and a tie for third place between Haiden Scott and Lily Walker. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Pollard’s homeroom were Clair Ames, first place; Molly McMullen, second place; and Eli Roberts, third place. McMullen was the overall fifth grade winner. The sixth grade winners in Miss Carr’s homeroom were Luke Browning, first place; Anne Marie Ogden, second place; and Wade Evans, third place. The sixth grade winners from Mrs. Noe’s homeroom were Brooklynne Campbell and Clayton Moore, tie for first place; Chad Gillespie, second place; and Evan DeAtley, third place. The overall sixth grade winner as Anne Marie Ogden. The winners are shown in these photographs.


Forty-six sixth graders and 47 fifth graders participated in the Bright Elementary Science Fair on Nov. 17. The event was evaluated by eight outside judges. Students’ projects were judged based on research, design, execution, creativity and presentation. There were first, second and third places awarded in each homeroom. For the overall award for each grade level, the top two students from each homeroom came down to present a second time to all of the judges. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Murphy’s homeroom were Weston Blair, first place; Kathryn Ogden, second place, and a tie for third place between Haiden Scott and Lily Walker. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Pollard’s homeroom were Clair Ames, first place; Molly McMullen, second place; and Eli Roberts, third place. McMullen was the overall fifth grade winner. The sixth grade winners in Miss Carr’s homeroom were Luke Browning, first place; Anne Marie Ogden, second place; and Wade Evans, third place. The sixth grade winners from Mrs. Noe’s homeroom were Brooklynne Campbell and Clayton Moore, tie for first place; Chad Gillespie, second place; and Evan DeAtley, third place. The overall sixth grade winner as Anne Marie Ogden. The winners are shown in these photographs.

Forty-six sixth graders and 47 fifth graders participated in the Bright Elementary Science Fair on Nov. 17. The event was evaluated by eight outside judges. Students’ projects were judged based on research, design, execution, creativity and presentation. There were first, second and third places awarded in each homeroom. For the overall award for each grade level, the top two students from each homeroom came down to present a second time to all of the judges. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Murphy’s homeroom were Weston Blair, first place; Kathryn Ogden, second place, and a tie for third place between Haiden Scott and Lily Walker. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Pollard’s homeroom were Clair Ames, first place; Molly McMullen, second place; and Eli Roberts, third place. McMullen was the overall fifth grade winner. The sixth grade winners in Miss Carr’s homeroom were Luke Browning, first place; Anne Marie Ogden, second place; and Wade Evans, third place. The sixth grade winners from Mrs. Noe’s homeroom were Brooklynne Campbell and Clayton Moore, tie for first place; Chad Gillespie, second place; and Evan DeAtley, third place. The overall sixth grade winner as Anne Marie Ogden. The winners are shown in these photographs.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/web1_Science-Fair-pic-1.jpgForty-six sixth graders and 47 fifth graders participated in the Bright Elementary Science Fair on Nov. 17. The event was evaluated by eight outside judges. Students’ projects were judged based on research, design, execution, creativity and presentation. There were first, second and third places awarded in each homeroom. For the overall award for each grade level, the top two students from each homeroom came down to present a second time to all of the judges. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Murphy’s homeroom were Weston Blair, first place; Kathryn Ogden, second place, and a tie for third place between Haiden Scott and Lily Walker. The fifth grade winners from Mrs. Pollard’s homeroom were Clair Ames, first place; Molly McMullen, second place; and Eli Roberts, third place. McMullen was the overall fifth grade winner. The sixth grade winners in Miss Carr’s homeroom were Luke Browning, first place; Anne Marie Ogden, second place; and Wade Evans, third place. The sixth grade winners from Mrs. Noe’s homeroom were Brooklynne Campbell and Clayton Moore, tie for first place; Chad Gillespie, second place; and Evan DeAtley, third place. The overall sixth grade winner as Anne Marie Ogden. The winners are shown in these photographs.

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