Northwest Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) recognized six Cherokee County students during the on January 28th at South Forsyth High School. There were five projects recognized for their excellence in the environmental field. The projects recognized were “Making Saltwater Drinkable” from Ascher Shostak (E.T. Booth Middle School), “The Effects of Essential Oils on the Survival Rate of Brine Shrimp” from Rebecca Slaten and Darion Spencer (River Ridge High School), “Watershed Work” from Laney Cline (Teasley Middle School), “Carbon Nanoparticles for Aqueous Heavy Metal Remediation Yr3”  from Krystl Wood (Woodstock High School) and “Fertilizer Effects on the Growth of Algae in Lake Water” from Kora Hansen.The students received a certificate and $50 gift card. CCWSA applauds the efforts of all the Cherokee County students.

6th grader Laney Cline’s Science Fair Project “Watershed Work”

L to R – Laney Cline, Krystl Wood, Kora Hansen, Lori Forrester (CCWSA Public Information Specialist), Darion Spencer, Rebecca Slaten, and Ascher Shostak.

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