RES Hosts Annual Science Fair

Thursday, April 19, 2018
Cooper Rabjohn was the overall winner of the RES science fair for 2018
TD photo/Jane Gatewood

The winners of the 2018 Rector Elementary School science fair were announced on Tuesday, April 10. Top entries were recognized in three division, and an overwill winner was named.

First place in the division for kindergarten through second grade entries went to Devin Burns with “The Effect of Erosion on Agriculture.” Taking second place honors in the division was the entry by Kellon Mabrey, “Knowing You by DNA, Extracting DNA.”

The first place entry in the third and fourth grade division was submitted by Adam Holmes, and was entitled “The Effects of Temperature on Crystals.” Second place was “Color Attraction and Birds” by Arriana Tippitt-Holcomb while third went to Jaxon Burns for “Gummy Bear Osmosis.”

Earning first place honors in the fifth and sixth grade division was Austin Simmons with “Fingerprints and Identical Twins.” Emma Holmes was second with her entry, “The Effect of Yeast on Dough” and third went to Drew Henderson for “Frozen-Chemical Reactions.” Also garnering an honorable mention in the fifth and sixth grade division was the entry “Eggsperiment” by Cash Lindsey.

The overall winner this year came from Cooper Rabjohn and his entry “Perfect Shot? Where's the BEEF-Balance, Eyes, Elbow, Follow-through.

The annual science fair was organized this year by RES teachers Donna Haynes, Lauren Dorman and Stephanie Golliday.

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