Writing Success Stories One Student at a Time
It was standing room only as students, parents, staff and community members crowded Reed Middle School for the 2017 Duncanville ISD District Science Fair and awards ceremony. Students from the district’s elementary, intermediate and middle schools created 165 displays showing the results of their scientific studies including models, cycles, inventions and experiments. Volunteers from the City of Duncanville, Perot Museum and Dallas Zoo judged the projects that were submitted by Duncanville ISD students in kindergarten through eighth grade.Congratulations to the following winners:Kindergarten/1st Grade1st Place - "Recycling" Mrs. Storm's Kindergarten Class, Merrifield2nd Place - "Leaves" Mrs. Wolverton's 1st Grade Class, Merrifield3rd Place - "What kind of seeds are in fruits?” Mrs. Plemons 1st Grade Class, Merrifield2nd Grade1st Place - "Solar System" Sofia Ramirez, Hastings2nd Place - "Digestion" Mary Jane Grulke, Hyman3rd Place - "Can Electricity Go Through?" Megha Patel, Fairmeadows3rd Grade1st Place - "Life Cycle of the Flu" Raegan Hunter, Acton2nd Place - "The Life Cycle of a Pig" Angela Luong, Hyman4th Grade1st Place - "To Grow or not to Grow" Kadence Cross, Acton5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Grades 1st Place - "Drink with your Eyes" Jada Williams, Kennemer2nd Place - "Sink or Float" Leslie Jaimes & Eduardo Gonzales, ReedThe secondary district winners will participate in 2017 Beal Bank Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair later this month at Dallas Fair Park. View photos from the event.