Judges walk by the entries in the science fair. Courtesy photo

Judges walk by the entries in the science fair. Courtesy photo


Winners in Teresa Knouff’s class were first, Kaia Kellersmith: Glorious Glazes; second Tatum Branscum: Perfect Pumpkins; and third, Grant Cole: Gone in 60 Seconds. Courtesy photo


Winners in Carrie Larger’s class were first, Aubrey Bodenmiller: What’s in Saliva?; second, Carter Sauvie: Taste in Color; and third, Ayden Gross: Elephant Toothpaste Courtesy photo


Overall winners in the science fair were first, Kaia Kellersmith; second, Aubrey Bodenmiller; and third, Avery Barker Courtesy photo


Students look at the projects entered in the science fair. Courtesy photo


Winners in Katy Koverman’s class were first, Avery Barker: Spread the Soap, Not the Germs!; second, Levi Feaster: Antacid Potency; and third, Alexis West: Egg Factory. Courtesy photo


HOUSTON — The annual Hardin Houston Science Fair was held on March 10. The sixth-grade students were required to create a presentation board pertaining to their topics.

“I would personally like to thank the judges who dedicated their time and expertise in this event,” said teacher Katy Koverman.

Winners in Katy Koverman’s class were first, Avery Barker: Spread the Soap, Not the Germs!; second, Levi Feaster: Antacid Potency; and third, Alexis West: Egg Factory

Winners in Teresa Knouff’s class were first, Kaia Kellersmith: Glorious Glazes; second, Tatum Branscum: Perfect Pumpkins; and third, Grant Cole: Gone in 60 Seconds.

Winners in Carrie Larger’s class were first, Aubrey Bodenmiller: What’s in Saliva?; second, Carter Sauvie: Taste in Color; and third, Ayden Gross: Elephant Toothpaste.

Overall winners were first, Kaia Kellersmith; second, Aubrey Bodenmiller; and third, Avery Barker.

Judges walk by the entries in the science fair. Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Judging-taking-place.jpgJudges walk by the entries in the science fair. Courtesy photo

Winners in Teresa Knouff’s class were first, Kaia Kellersmith: Glorious Glazes; second Tatum Branscum: Perfect Pumpkins; and third, Grant Cole: Gone in 60 Seconds. Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Mrs.-Knouff-s-Class-Winners.jpgWinners in Teresa Knouff’s class were first, Kaia Kellersmith: Glorious Glazes; second Tatum Branscum: Perfect Pumpkins; and third, Grant Cole: Gone in 60 Seconds. Courtesy photo

Winners in Carrie Larger’s class were first, Aubrey Bodenmiller: What’s in Saliva?; second, Carter Sauvie: Taste in Color; and third, Ayden Gross: Elephant Toothpaste Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Mrs.-Larger-s-Class-Winners.jpgWinners in Carrie Larger’s class were first, Aubrey Bodenmiller: What’s in Saliva?; second, Carter Sauvie: Taste in Color; and third, Ayden Gross: Elephant Toothpaste Courtesy photo

Overall winners in the science fair were first, Kaia Kellersmith; second, Aubrey Bodenmiller; and third, Avery Barker Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Overall-Winners.jpgOverall winners in the science fair were first, Kaia Kellersmith; second, Aubrey Bodenmiller; and third, Avery Barker Courtesy photo

Students look at the projects entered in the science fair. Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Students-Walking-Through-Science-Fair.jpgStudents look at the projects entered in the science fair. Courtesy photo

Winners in Katy Koverman’s class were first, Avery Barker: Spread the Soap, Not the Germs!; second, Levi Feaster: Antacid Potency; and third, Alexis West: Egg Factory. Courtesy photo
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_Mrs.-Koverman-s-Class-Winners.jpgWinners in Katy Koverman’s class were first, Avery Barker: Spread the Soap, Not the Germs!; second, Levi Feaster: Antacid Potency; and third, Alexis West: Egg Factory. Courtesy photo