Griffin RESA Regional Science and Engineering Fair
All eight groups placed in the top three of their categories and received a ribbon. One of the group (Teal Clark and Meredith Camp) placed first and will be competing at the State Science and Engineering Fair in Athens in March. Teal and Meredith also received a special award given out by the Ricoh company. Their award was the Sustainable Development Award for Research.
3rd Place - Alex Avila & Hugh Carroll 1st Place - Meredith Camp & Teal Clark
2nd Place Jolie Turner & CJ Brown 3rd Place - Lincon Fortner & Noah Buice
3rd Place - Jacob Smith & Tristan Besse 3rd Place - Liz Ward, Hannah Lyle,
2nd Place Anna Edwards & Kayson McCord 2nd Place - James Murchison,
Michael Robinson, Zach Higgins
Students will be able to independently observe and question their surroundings as well as creatively and effectively solve problems by being persistent, communicating, and evaluating their results as well as those of other scientists.
Students are required to earn 4 credits in Science to meet Georgia high school graduation rules.