Local students participate in technology fair
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Ranburne Elementary School. Photo: Special to The Star
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Ranburne High School. Photo: Special to The Star
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Students from the Gifted Program at Pleasant Grove Elementary School in Cleburne County won first place Feb. 15 at the Jacksonville State University technology fair. The award was in the category of multimedia for a stop motion video titled Operation K.T.B. Team members included left to right, Anderson Turner and Christopher Raye. Team member Bryce Boozer was unable to attend.

Ranburne Elementary School students participated Feb. 15 in the technology fair held at Jacksonville State University. The fourth grade students placed second for their stop motion video titled Wrestlemania. Trajan Rowland won first place for his telegraph in the hardware and robotics division. Team members included left to right, Ryan VanPelt, Zach Kribbs, Will Hewitt, Harley Olvey and Trajan Rowland. The team members will advance in April to the state competition in Montgomery.

Fruithurst Elementary School students participated Feb. 15 in the technology fair held at Jacksonville State University. Trey Gilbert, third grade, won second place in multimedia for his stop motion animated movie titled The Battle of Endor; Stella McWhorter, fourth grade, won second place for the information technology test; Hudson Miller, fourth grade, won honorary mention for his stop motion animated movie titled The Horrible Vacation; and Chloe Roberts, fourth grade, won second place for her website named Dance Diva. Team members included left to right, front row, Trey Gilbert and Stella McWhorter; back row, Hudson Miller and Chloe Roberts. The second place winners will advance in April to the state competition.

Ranburne High School students participated Feb. 15 in the technology fair held at Jacksonville State University. Sixth grade students Elizabeth Riddle, left, and Abbie Morgan, right, won second place in multimedia for their Prezi on texting and driving. The presentation will be shown to the high school students to highlight the dangers of texting and driving. Not pictured was Hunter Weathers who won third place for his presentation on Bear Bryant.
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