DeKalb Central Students Win Science Fair Awards!

posted Feb 19, 2014, 10:05 AM by webmaster district   [ updated Feb 19, 2014, 10:06 AM ]









Brooke-destinee Lockwood won first place in the middle school division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with her project, “The Concrete Conclusion.”

Abby Brown, a sophomore at DeKalb High School, won the senior division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with her project, “Silver … The New Antibacterial Gold Standard?”










Justin Ternet won first place in the first-grade division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with his project, “Double Stuffed?”













Demetri Feher won first place in the second-grade division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with his project, “A ‘Lifesaving’ Experiment.”








Haiden Lockwood won first place in the third-grade division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with his project, “Batter Up.”



  Gavin Kling placed first in the fourth-grade divison of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair. His winning project, “Pinewood Derby Meets Science Fair,” qualified him for the regional science fair March 15 at Trine University.

These students in grades 1 and 2 won awards in Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair. In front, from left, are first-graders MacKenzie Clark, second place; Faith Quaintance, third place; and honorable mention winners Kate Engelberth and Addison Pyck. In back, from left, are second-graders Isaac Schweitzer, second place; Tristan Short, third place; and honorable mention winners Olivia Woodcox and Will Haupert.

These students in grades 3-5 won awards in Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair. In front, from left, are Alexis Leco, fourth-grade honorable mention; and third-graders Landon Frank, second place; Taylor Glogas, third place; and Logan Moore, honorable mention. In back, from left, are fifth-graders Ian Heimann, second place; Emily Lowery, third place; and Cheyenne Hantz, honorable mention; and fourth-graders Colton Eads, second place; and Braelyn May, third place.

Kelsey Ternet won the fifth-grade division of Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair with her project, “Lighting Up the World.”

These students in middle school and high school won awards in Saturday’s DeKalb Central Science Fair. In front, from left, are middle school students Gabe Hefty, second place; and Colton Taylor, honorable mention. In back, from left, are high school students Will Pierce, second place; Madison Fifer, honorable mention and Rathburn Tool special award; and Eli Travis, special award from DeKalb Memorial Hospital.