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REGION VIII SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR
WINNERS – Winners of the 2004 Region VIII Social Studies Fair, held at
Southeastern Louisiana University are, front, Tyler Adams, Gabrielle Braud,
Elizabeth Guarisco, Chris McGraw, Reagan Bernard, Courtney Zahn, Natalia
Hernandez, Randall Baudier, back, Maggie Murphy, Bryan Rozycki, Zoe Beckham,
Malcolm Andry, Justin Fritscher, Emerson Loga, Ryan Duncan, Breton Smith,
and Lauren Carroll. Not pictured is Chris Blanchard.
SLU HOSTS ANNUAL SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR
HAMMOND -- Winners of the annual
Region VIII Social Studies Fair, hosted March 23 by Southeastern Louisiana
University, have been announced.
Grand prize winners for individual
and group projects were chosen in three divisions, Division I (grades 4-6),
Division II (grades 7-8), and Division III (grades 9-12). They will advance
to the state Social Studies Fair at Louisiana State University.
INDIVIDUAL: Grand Prize: Maggie Murphy,
“The Tween Economy,” Cedarwood School (Mandeville); Runner-up: Reagan Bernard,
“So, You Want to be President,” Holy Ghost School (Hammond).
GROUP: Grand Prize: Gabrielle
Braud and Elizabeth Guarisco, “How Real is Reality TV?,” Cedarwood School;
Runner-up: Natalia Hernandez and Courtney Zahn, “Would You Like Fries with
That?,” Holy Ghost School.
INDIVIDUAL: Randall Baudier, “Civil
War, Shot, Shell, and Cannon,” Trafton Academy (Hammond); Runner-up: Lauren
Carroll, “The Costal Crisis and Louisiana’s Response,” Albany Middle School
GROUP: Grand Prize: Chris McGraw
and Bryan Rozycki, “Bioterrorism: A Threat to the Nation,” Cedarwood School;
Runner-up: Malcom Andry and Tyler Adams, “Wingin’ It: Aircraft of World
War II,” Christ Episcopal School (Covington).
INDIVIDUAL:Grand Prize: Zoe Beckham,
“Harry Potter……Kiddie Proof?,” Northlake Christian (Covington); Runner-up:
Breton Smith, “The History of Military Camouflage,” St. Paul School (Covington).
GROUP: Grand Prize: Justin Fritscher
and Emerson Loga, “Louisiana’s Great Duck Decline,” The St. Paul School;
Runner-up: Chris Blanchard and Ryan Duncan, “Hollywood to Washington,”
The St. Paul School.