The problem: Sunny Side Eggs wants to reach a new market with various size packs of eggs and their cartoning. You have been contracted to work with a team to develop and test a carton prototype.
The challenge: Using the materials provided, your challenge is to design an egg carton prototype capable of protecting the enclosed eggs from any breakage under applied pressures such as crushing or dropping.
The schedule will run as follows:
Children will be grouped by ages and only compete against other students their age.
Sign-ups will be held until Friday, May 13th at 4:30pm. Register by either calling 937-484-1526 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. It is FREE to participate and all supplies will be provided. Anyone can join; it is open to all of Champaign County.
The younger age groups will be allowed to have one adult helper per group. Groups will be maxed at 4 participants, but can have as little as 2.
If you have any questions about the STEM Science Fair, please contact Kiley Horn at 937-772-6013 or email email@example.com.
In addition to projects, each class will be competing with their teachers. There will be a walk-a-thon going on all day to raise funds for the Red, White, & Cards day this summer. Teachers will be collecting coins and cash, and classes will get to walk the track if they meet their fundraising goal!
How to donate:
Funds will be collected by the High School National Honor Society and donations will go to Triad Jr. Basketball to support the June 18th fireworks.
Mr. Johnson opened the ceremony remarking that the students being recognized are among some of the top leaders in the school. Many students are athletes, artists, fine art students including band and choir. Some students were in both sports and musical or community action organizations. They are active in the FFA, Student Council, 4H, church and other clubs both in and outside of school. Still, their commitment and dedication to their studies proves they have learned to maintain a high level of self discipline.
This year, 27 Freshman, 20 sophomores, 24 juniors and 19 seniors were recognized. Seniors, who are invited for the third or fourth year, are also invited to honor a teacher or staff member that made a positive impact on their academic experience. 13 out of 19 seniors have attended 3 or four years consecutively.
Mr. Hissong shared the closing remarks for the banquet.
The following teachers were recognized:
Mrs. Renee Arnold by Megan Adams
Mr. Andy Cotrell by Brady Forsythe
Mr. Dan Miller by Ali Gault
Mr. Steve Fannin by Jamie Gluckle
Mrs. Rachel Finch by Emily Hollar
Ms. Jess Haney by Jocelynn Kenna’s
Mrs. Carrie Smith by Lauren Kindle
Mr. Andy Cotrell by Naomi McGill
Mr. Jake Vitt by Hallie Smith
Mr. Sean Stormes by Micha Stoner
Mr. Steve Fannin by Mandilyn Weaver
Mrs. June Seymour by Aubrey Williams
Mrs. Annie Kauffman by Gabrielle Williams
Please call the high school at (937) 663-4127 and leave your name, address, and what task(s) you want. You will receive a call back for conformation.
Emma Lockwood, Prevention Specialist from TCN Behavioral Health, will be the facilitator for this training. Emma has a passion for the LGBTQ+ community and is excited to share this training with those living and working in Logan and Champaign Counties.
There are two training sessions being offered. Participants are welcome to select training sessions that best suits their schedule.
TCN Behavioral Health- West Liberty location, 1521 N. Detroit St., West Liberty, OH 43357
RSVP to Cecilia Yelton at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 937-465-1045.
There will be approximately 325 students that will come through between 10:30am and 1:00pm. They will have a table and chairs set up for participants.
For questions, contact Christina Flowers at email@example.com.