GRANBURY STUDENTS SHINE AT TWU REGIONAL SCIENCE FAIR

April 16, 2014
 
Alex Call
Call
Averie Coffman
Coffman
True Hughes
Hughes
Corbin King
King
Cory Lyden
Lyden
Austin Morgan
Morgan
Cadence Morisette
Morisette
Pomeroy
Pomeroy

TWU Science Fair

 
Granbury elementary students were big winners at the 25th Annual Texas Woman’s University Science Fair held April 12, 2014, in Denton.

“Congratulations to all your winners,” commented TWU project coordinator Anna Ryan, who noted that Granbury ISD had more wins than any other school district participating.

Four students won awards with individual projects in the grade-level competition:

  • 5th Grade: Cory Lyden, Mambrino School, Best in Grade for “Soda Panel”
  • 4th Grade: Alex Call, Oak Woods School, Best in Grade for “Oil Spill Clean-Up”
  • 3rd Grade: Averie Coffman, 2nd in Grade for “Soggy Britches”
  • 2nd Grade: Cadence Morisette, Mambrino School, Best in Grade for “Better Butter”

For group projects by students in grades 4-6, Corbin King and Austin Morgan – two Oak Woods fourth graders – won Best Group for a project “The Stroop Effect.”

Acton Elementary School third graders True Hughes and Brady Pomeroy won the Best Group award among students in grades K-3 for their “How Clean is Clean?” project.

The students qualified for the regional competition by placing with their projects at the GISD elementary district science fair held on February 20.
 

 
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