AA in the News 3.9.20


On Friday, March 6ththe Amelia Academy elementary school held a Science Fair. Students in kindergarten through the fifth grade created projects illustrating their ideas about science. Some projects consisted of erupting volcanoes, aerodynamics with paper airplanes and the effects of soda on objects. First place winners were announced for students in first through fifth grade. Pictured is third grader Noah Folliard showing off his project on the effects of soda on your teeth. 

Amelia Academy high school science teacher Mr. Mont Linkenauger was the judge for the Science Fair. Mr. Linkenauger observes third grader Jackson Reames as he explains his project.  Pictured with Jackson are classmates Grace Mimms, Alaina Chambers, Harmonie Coward and Willow Meredith.

Amelia Academy kindergarten students Carsyn Dunford, Levi Sutton, Hollis Reames, Holden Summers, Bronson Ashman, Lillian Quesenberry and McKenzie Haas  proudly display their ribbons for participating in the science fair held on Friday, March 6th.