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Chatham students achieve at regional Science Fair

Posted Monday, February 18, 2013

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Winston-Salem, NC - Several students who won first place awards at the 2012 Chatham County Science Fair have been recognized at the regional level of competition that will ultimately lead to the state science fair. Six Chatham students placed at the NC Region 5 Science Fair held Saturday, February 9, at Forsyth Community College in Winston-Salem. Region 5 consists of the following counties: Alamance, Caswell, Chatham, Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, Orange, Person, Randolph, Rockingham, and Stokes.

First and second place winners will now advance to the North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair that will be held March 15-16 at Meredith College in Raleigh.

• April Troxler and Lindsay Seitz from Siler City Elementary received “achievement” recognition in the Elementary Science category.

• Samuel Watson from Horton Middle School placed third in the Middle School Physical Science event.

• Bailey Revels and Sara Buckley from Northwood High School were first place winners for their partnership on a project in one of the High School Biology competitions.

• Madison Pleasants from Jordan-Matthews High School earned second place in the High School Chemistry event.

• David Vance Smith from Jordan-Matthews was the first place winner in the High School Earth/Environmental category.

• Nathan Porier and Heather Hancock from Jordan-Matthews earned second place in the High SchoolTech/Engineering competition.

All Region 5 results: https://sites.google.com/site/ncregion5sciencefair/home/2012-2013-results

 
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