NCSS stu­dents win awards at State Science Fair

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New­ton County School Sys­tem mid­dle school stu­dents brought home sev­eral awards from the re­cent Ge­or­gia Science and En­gi­neer­ing Fair (GSEF).

In or­der to par­tic­i­pate in the State Science Fair, stu­dents must first have won at both their lo­cal school sys­tem science fair and their re­gional science fair.

At GSEF, the ex­hibitors have the op­por­tu­nity to share their re­search with some of the top sci­en­tists in Ge­or­gia and com­pete for awards and schol­ar­ships.

“Con­grat­u­la­tions to all of our out­stand­ing science fair par­tic­i­pants,” said Sa­man­tha Fuhrey, Su­per­in­ten­dent for New­ton County Schools. “They have rep­re­sented their schools and our school sys­tem ex­tremely well. In or­der to par­tic­i­pate in the State Science Fair, stu­dents must have won first place at both our school sys­tem science fair and the re­gional science fair. Win­ning at the lo­cal and re­gional level is an ex­cep­tional ac­com­plish­ment. To move to the State Science Fair com­pe­ti­tion and earn fur­ther recog­ni­tion high­lights our very tal­ented stu­dents. I take great pride in the fact that stu­dents in the New­ton County School Sys­tem con­tinue to excel not only in lo­cal and re­gional com­pe­ti­tions but also at the state level as well.”

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