Science Fair Winners 2016

Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) recognized six Cherokee County students during the Northwest Georgia Regional Science and Engineering Fair on January 30th at West Forsyth High School. There were four projects recognized for their excellence in the environmental field. The projects recognized were How does Magnetism Impact the Growth of Radish Plants and their Roots?” from Alyssa Golden (Etowah High School), “Watershed Pollution” from Madison Beavers, Bella Frey, and Kora Hansen (Indian Knoll Elementary), The Effects of Bioactivators on Worm Castings” from Eliza Ndow (Woodstock High School), and “Use of Carbon Nanoparticles for Aqueous Heavy Metal Remediation Yr2”  from Krystl Wood (Woodstock High School).The students received a certificate and $50 gift card. CCWSA applauds the efforts of all the Cherokee County students.

Krystl Wood (Winner) & Lori Forrester (CCWSA Environmental Affairs Specialist) During The Awards Ceremony

Krystl Wood (Winner) & Lori Forrester (CCWSA Environmental Affairs Specialist) During The Awards Ceremony

Excellently Displayed Watershed Pollution Project By 6th Grade Team Madison, Bella & Kora - Indian Knoll

Excellently Displayed Watershed Pollution Project By 6th Grade Team Madison, Bella & Kora – Indian Knoll Elementary

NORTHWEST GEORGIA REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR

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