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Best of the Fair!


The Fort Worth ISD Science Department has announced the winners of its Elementary Science Research Fair.

The District recognized Best of Fair, individual and team first-place winners at a reception, sponsored by the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History, March 30. Individual and team first-, second- and third-place winners were revealed at a March 28 public viewing and awards ceremony at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center.

Best of Fair honors in the individual category went to Nemico Velazquez of Dolores Huerta for the project “Solar Economy Coming Soon.” Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center’s team that included students Bert Calvillo, Carrington Hood, Will Johnson and Matthew Ramirez, took home the team Best of Fair prize for its project “The Loop of Faith.”


In addition, Alice Carlson Scientists also claimed these top spots:

Individual entries:

  4th Grade - Emma Sadeeh took 2nd place; and

  2nd Grade - Asher McCreary took 1st place.


Team entries:

  5th Grade - Penny Diamantopoulos, Sophia Ordaz, and Katherine Williams took 2nd place;

  4th Grade - Bert Calvillo, Carrington Hood, Will Johnson, and Matthew Ramirez took 1st place and Best of Fair;

  3rd Grade - Avery Scott, Aydan Munoz, Lushan Nilsson, and Madeline Hudson took 1st place; and

  2nd Grade - Roy Brautbar, Maddie Escamilla, Annie Groat, and Genevieve Tully took 1st place.


A great night for our young scientists!