Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

ACTC News

March 19, 2014

ACTC science fair wrap-up

March 19, 2014 — Carter County students did well in the ACTC/FIVCO Science and Engineering Fair held Feb. 21. The Fair had 109 entries created by 187 students throughout the FIVCO area.

Life Science Projects Winners for fourth and fifth grade, first place Anthony Butter, Olive Hill Elementary, and third place Rickalyn Rayburn, Tygart Creek Elementary.

Life Science Project Winners for sixth through eighth grade, first place Alyssa Richards, West Carter Middle School.

Physical Science and Mathematics Project Winners for fourth through fifth grade, second place Dylan Fraley, Star Elementary.

Physical Science and Mathematics Project Winners for sixth through eighth grade, second place Abby Gillispie, West Carter Middle School.

Engineering Projects for fourth and fifth grade, third place Xavier Griffith, Carter Elementary.

Overall winners for each category, medal winners, for each grade level are as follows. Fourth and fifth grade medal winner was first place, $600 winner, Anthony Butler, Olive Hill Elementary. Sixth through eighth grade medal winner was second place, $150, winner, Abby Gillispie, West Carter Middle School and third place, $150, winner Alyssa Richards, West Carter Middle School.

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