Nine Granbury ISD students from Granbury High School and Acton Middle School continued to excel with science projects at the recent 62nd Fort Worth Regional Science Fair.
It was held at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Advancing to the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair on March 26-29 at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in San Antonio are:
GHS students Matthew Bhatty, Kasi Krieger, and Charles Wallace along with AMS students Trisha Gryder, Alexandria Inbody, Liesl Krone, Benjamin Lillagore, Brittany Pinckard and Rayni Skaggs.
Students receiving divisional or special organizational awards at the regional fair are:
Kasi Krieger and Matthew Bhatty: Physics and Astronomy Division, third (state qualifier).
Mariah Rendeiro: Fort Worth Audubon Society, first; Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Leadership Award; U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Award.
Charles Wallace: Engineering, Electrical, and Mechanical Division, third (state qualifier).
Ashley Boyd: Fort Worth Psychological Association award.
Trisha Gryder and Rayni Skaggs: Plant Sciences Division, second (state qualifier).
Alexandria Inbody: Behavorial and Social Science Division, third (state qualifier).
Leisl Krone: Biochemistry Di-
vision, second (state qualifier); American Society for Quality, first; Discovery Education Masters Award; Lockheed Martin Division of Aeronautics award.
Benjamin Lillagore: Environmental Management Division, second (state qualifier).
Brittany Pinckard: Microbiology Division, third (state qualifier).
Leslie Price: Devon Energy Corp. award, third; National Weather Service of North Texas, third.
The students advanced to the regional contest from the GISD Secondary District Science Fair in January.
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