The Newnan Times-Herald


Arbor Springs students compete in technology fair

  • By The Newnan Times-Herald
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  • Mar. 02, 2017 - 8:33 PM

Arbor Springs students compete in technology fair

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Among Arbor Springs Elementary students placing at the West Georgia Technology Fair were front, Mason Law; second row, from left, Bryson Takvorian, David West, Andrew Becker, Cami Pickard, James Poindexter, Ishan Metts and Dylan Ligget; back, Clark Coggin, Dillon Bloecher, Bradley Smith, Leyton Dunn, William Dettmering, Mason Bolinger, Callie Thigpen and Emma Caylor.

Arbor Springs Elementary School sent 16 students from third, fourth and fifth grades to the West Georgia Technology Fair recently.

“For the first time ever, every one of my students placed in their events,” said Bobbi Deling, the school’s REACH teacher.

The West Georgia Technology Fair is an annual technology competition for students in the West Georgia Region, held at the Nixon Centre. Students who attend public schools, private schools, and homeschools in Carroll County, Carrollton City, Coweta County, Harris County, Heard County, Meriwether County and Troup County submit projects for judging in the competition.

First place winners were Cami Pickard, Grade 3-4 Internet Applications; Bryson Takvorian, Grade 3-4 Multimedia; Emma Caylor, Grade 3-4 Video Production; Bradley Smith and Leyton Dunn, Grade 5-6 3-D Modeling; David West, Grade 5-6 Video Production; and James Poindexter, Grade 5-6 Game Design.

Second place winners were Callie Thigpen, Grade 3-4 Internet Applications; Andrew Becker, Grade 3-4 Multimedia; Clark Coggin and Mason Bolinger, Grade 5-6 Internet Applications; Dillon Bloecher and Ishan Metts, Grade 5-6 Video Production; and William Dettmering, Grade 5-6 Game Design.

Dylan Liggett won third place in Grade 5-6 3-D Modeling.