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Magnolia ISD Students Advance to State Science Fair

The students who qualified for State are:
  • Mitchell Traweek from Magnolia Junior High placed second in the Junior High Materials Engineering Category for his project “Concussion – Does Protective Soccer Headgear Work?” He also received a special award from Kellogg Brown & Root and qualifies to advance to state.
  • Annamarie Mader from Bear Branch Junior High placed third in the Junior High Materials Engineering Category for her project “Bring in the Reinforcements.” She also received a special award from Kellogg Brown & Root, received a Creative Excellence Award, and qualifies to advance to state. Annamarie won Best of Show at the January District Fair.
Students who also received notable awards at the regional fair are:
  • Grace Smith from Magnolia West High School placed third in the 9th Grade Physics and Astronomy Category for her project “Piezoelectric Palavar.”
  • Sophia Ebel and Katherine Hinchley from Magnolia West High School placed second in the 9th Grade Team Life Science Category for their project Treating AFIB Through Reducing Conductivity of Heart.” Sophia and Katherine won Best of Show at the January District Fair.
District administration would like to thank community leaders Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Addison for their continued support of Magnolia ISD’s science fair program. These students and their projects are another example of the District’s dedication to be the best district in the state of Texas.

Laurel Frank, director of science stated, “Magnolia ISD is proud of our students! The continued growth and success of our District science fair participation and winners shows the commitment of our students, parents, teachers, school administrators and the community. Thank you to our teachers for guiding our students and advancing them to State.”

The regional science fair participants will be recognized at the March 7 school board meeting.