Students from Kasson Elementary/Middle School were recognized May 21 by the Barbour County Board of Education for their accomplishments in the Regional Science Fair, while one of the students also was recognized as the Golden Horseshoe winner.
The students recognized during the meeting included Shannon McDaniel, Gavin Wolfe, Ethan Mick, Corrine McDaniel, Casandra Triplett, Cloe Mouser and Cara Kirk. Many other Science Fair and Golden Horseshoe winners were recognized by the Board of Education at an earlier date, but some were unable to attend at that time.
Corrine McDaniel was recognized as a Golden Horseshoe winner and for her first-place project "Scardy Cat" in the Science Fair.
The Inter-Mountain photo by Melissa Toothman
Kasson Elementary/Middle School students are recognized May 21 by the Board of Education for their accomplishments in the Regional Science Fair and the Golden Horseshoe contest. From left in the back row are Shannon McDaniel, Gavin Wolfe and Ethan Mick. In the front, from left, are Corrine McDaniel, Casandra Triplett and Cloe Mouser. Not pictured is Cara Kirk.
Mick's project "Electro Jello" won second place in his division.
Mouser was awarded third place in her division for "Keeping You In Suspension."
Wolfe, Triplett and Shannon McDaniel worked together on their project, "Erythematic Solar," which won first place in their division.
Kirk earned third place in her division for "Who Opened It".
Kasson School Pricipal Michelle Barb and Angie McDaniel, science teacher and mother of Shannon and Corrine McDaniel, said they are proud of all the students.