May 2, 2002
Cotton, Duzan Win First Prize In Elementary School Science Fair
Fifth graders Melissa Cotton and Christina Duzan took top honors in the Scotland County Elementary School Science Fair held May 13.
The Scotland County Elementary Science Fair was held May 13 with students in grades three through six participating in the judged contest.
Chris Doubet and Peter Huppert submitted the top projects in class 3A while across the hall in 3B Kallie Burns and Anna Duley were top performers.
Fourth grade winners were Kyle Shelley and Justin Winn in 4A while students in 4B teamed up to allow Bethanie Grubb, Kelli Woods and Tegan Carel to take first while the team of Jordan Fulk and Brandon Garnett was runner up.
The fifth grade division also featured two-person teams. In Class 5A the winners were Melissa Cotton and Christina Duzan while second place went to Brad Hamner and Tyler Troutman. The top prize in 5B was won by Valerie Oldham and Tanya Sayre with Logan Byrn and Chad Consbrock finishing a close second.
Group projects were also the norm in the sixth grade. Nickie Neagle teamed up with Leslie Mallett and Megan Newman to take top honors for 6A. Kellyn Wickert and Breanna Bair earned second place.
The team of Tyler Henstorf and Matt Dice won the class 6B division. Andrea Shelley and Moriah Kittle were the runners up.
First place overall in the Science Fair went to Cotton and Duzan for their project "Talk to the Hand". Second place was awarded to Shelley and Kittle for the "Balloon Bloat". The Caffeine Crazy Plants of Oldham and Sayre won third.