SLMS students participate in Science Fair

March 12, 2014 

SLMS students winning ribbons at the Science Fair were back row, from left, Stephanie Richardson, Abby Sauer, Maryn White, Sydney Poppe, Aaron Wageman, Audrey Ahrens, middle row, from left, Sadie Bomar, Hallie Klanke, Kimberly Kundiger, Shelby Parscale, Kyle Tworkowsky, Molly Wooster, front row, from left, Makenzie Mathison, Violet Stocker, Cameron Hurt, Carson Shank and Morgan Potts

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A total of 193 Summit Lakes Middle School seventh-graders enrolled in advanced studies participated in the school’s annual Science Fair.

More than 30 judges from the community assisted with the following business partners donating their time: Price Chopper, Arvest Bank and St. Luke’s Hospital.

Twelve SLMS students are advancing to regional competition, scheduled for later this spring in Kansas City.

Top winners were Molly Wooster, grand prize; Kim Kundiger, first place; Maryn White, second place; and Cameron Hurt, third place.

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