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District Secondary School Science Fair
Bullitt Central High School freshman Aaron Barr was selected the First Place winner of the District Secondary Schools Science Fair held Jan. 7 at Bullitt East High School. He is pictured with District Science Fair Coordinator Jaymee Clemens. Bullitt Advanced Math and Science Program students Betsy Lewis and Abbigail Exely earned Second Place honors. Bullitt East High School students Dorothy Sales and Brianna Willey took home Third Place. In the middle school division, Hebron Middle School seventh grader Gracelynn Furhman earned First Place for the second consecutive year. Mt. Washington Middle School sixth grader Mason Roach was awarded Second Place in the district. Discovery School Student Savannah Childress achieved Third Place in the District Science Fair. Bullitt East High School student Keiley Sewell explains her science fair project Keeping Things Safe to judge Mike Ekbundit. BAMS Program student Brianna Gates describes her project to judge Chris Vowels. Bernheim Middle School student Emma Maddox explains her project which was How Does Hair Color Affect Perception or Intelligence? Bernheim Middle School student Isabel Hart relates her Java To Go project to judge Srinivasa Vinukonda. Eastside Middle School student Evan Ekbundit makes a point about his science fair project to judge Srinivasa Vinukonda. Mt. Washington Middle School students Mackenzie Cain, Bailey Chitwood and Madison Thurman discuss their project with judge Lois Kwon. Mt. Washington Middle School student Mason Roach describes his science fair project to judge Johnathon Rideout. Discovery School student Caden Carter spoke about his Hovercraft Havoc project to judge Lois Kwon. BAMS Program student Ishika Patel details her science fair project to judge Chris  Vowels. Discovery School student Savannah Childress titled her project It's A Breeze. Aaron Barr elaborates on his project to judge Chris Vowels. Mt. Washington Middle School students Andrea Foley and Serene Lewis explain their Soak-n-Soothe science project. Gracelynn Furhman talks about her Formulating Formula project with judge Johnathon Rideout. Student participants in the 2016 District Secondary Schools Science Fair.