Davidson students advancing to regional science fair


These are some of the students at Davidson Middle School competing in the East Panhandle Regional Science Fair: Klarissa Williamson, Rachel Kelsey, Brody Boan, Mikala Dubose, Brianna Jones, Andrew Dickson, Marissa Flaherty, Grace Melton, Jonathan Morgan, Coleman Young, Roderick Bouchard, Jacob Kitchen, Alex Wyrosdick, Kelly Castleberry, Lauren Clark, Chase Moulton, Chandler Holloway, and Aaron Cunningham. Alternates are Tiffany Walter and Katelyn Bialorucki.

Special to the News Bulletin
Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 05:37 PM.

CRESTVIEW — Following a recent science fair, the students at Davidson Middle School continue to excel in the subject, said science teacher Sharon Richardson.

"Our students have been successful because we have established high expectations for their projects," she said. "Science projects support the concepts that our language arts and math teachers are teaching."

 See the Davidson Middle School science fair photo gallery>>

   Several students are going to compete with their Okaloosa and Walton county peers in the East Panhandle Regional Science Fair scheduled Feb. 4-6 in Fort Walton Beach.

Based on research, presentations and overall knowledge on the projects they experimented on, several students are now in the running for regional competition, including Jacob Kitchen.

  Kitchen, 13, won first place in the physics category with his project, "The effect of a magnetic field on the color spectrum."

"It really doesn't have that much effect at all," he said.

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