Social Studies fair a hit
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Woodstock Elementary School students Zachary Price, Carlie Epstein and Sarah Shephard won first place; Aidan Sweeny, Brooklynn Yates and Nyhri Mudie won second place; and Alexandria Testone won third place. They are congratulated by fifth-grade teachers Erica Morrie and Jessica Gilbert, Assistant Principal Dr. Tom Usry and Principal Kim Montalban
Woodstock Elementary School students Zachary Price, Carlie Epstein and Sarah Shephard won first place; Aidan Sweeny, Brooklynn Yates and Nyhri Mudie won second place; and Alexandria Testone won third place. They are congratulated by fifth-grade teachers Erica Morrie and Jessica Gilbert, Assistant Principal Dr. Tom Usry and Principal Kim Montalban
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Julia Litrel of Woodstock Middle School exhibits her project, which earned a second-place ribbon.
Julia Litrel of Woodstock Middle School exhibits her project, which earned a second-place ribbon.
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Indian Knoll Elementary School fifth-grader Katie Brown shows off her project, which won a second-place ribbon.
Indian Knoll Elementary School fifth-grader Katie Brown shows off her project, which won a second-place ribbon.
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Faith Johnson of Canton Elementary School STEM Academy is dressed as Harriet Tubman at the CCSD Fair. Her project is headed to the Northwest Regional Social Studies Fair.
Faith Johnson of Canton Elementary School STEM Academy is dressed as Harriet Tubman at the CCSD Fair. Her project is headed to the Northwest Regional Social Studies Fair.
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The Cherokee County School District’s 2013 Social Studies Fair attracted 115 projects, with 32 selected to advance to the Northwest Regional Social Studies Fair.

The regional fair sponsored by the Georgia Council for the Social Studies will be on Feb. 8 at Kennesaw State University.

Jackie Miller, CCSD supervisor for professional/staff development, said this year’s projects had a wide range of subjects.

“This year’s quality projects were a reflection of the exciting student exploration of social studies in the areas of sociology/psychology, history, anthropology, economics, geography and political science,” Miller said. “Students presented projects, shared their research and findings and were interviewed by judges. They are to be commended for their excellent work.”

The 115 projects at the District fair on Nov. 19 represented work by 163 students.



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