Liberty County School-level STEAM Fair winners presented their projects to the public at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center on March 28.
There were a total of 40 science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics, as well as traditional projects; 32 elementary projects, six middle school projects and two high school projects.
Countywide awards were presented at the end of the fair on March 30:
STEAM project: Marble drop, Ranistate’s class;
Traditional project: Frozen drinks, Marshall Goodrich.
STEAM project: Getting over a LEGO wall, Savannah Leifi
Traditional project: Effect of salt on ocean’s freezing temperature, Nathan James
Steam project: Aquaponics for kids, Jalen Kimbro
Traditional project: Popping popcorn, Alyssa Lawson
STEAM project: Less mess tablecloth, Victoria Bosch
Traditional project: Melting ice, Joanna McCall and Camranh Palaboo
STEAM project: Dancing dogbot, Jedidiah Samuel
Traditional project: Eggsellect, Tatiyana Jackson
STEAM project: Storm surge, Christopher Dease
Traditional project: Gummy Bear osmosis, Aliyah Hess
Traditional project: Best way to cook bacon, Kyle Powell
Traditional project: Foamy fountains, Blake Edwards, Mika Perry, Anthony Sanchez and Beau Townsend
Traditional project: Bouncy Polymer, Isaiah Dean, Jasmine Gaines, Violet Lustiano, Raj Patel and Lila Steele
STEAM project: Pedestrian overpass: Shawn Holmes, Shelby Phillips, Tyler Rider and Seyedparsa Torabi