Paris Elementary third and fourth grade local winning students participated in the University of the Ozarks Elementary S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Olympiad on January 29th & 30th respectively in several fields including: Sphero chariots, Strawbridge construction, Robotics programming and Marble runs.
The PES students did exceptionally well in the competition, bringing home several awards, with third grade competing against 10 schools and 4th grade competing against 12 schools.
First Place - Robot Challenge - Zayne Hunter, Brook Hice, Chloe Cope, Micah Hamilton
First Place - Strawbridge-Jake Morton, Lindee Thavisay, Cheyenne Quijada, Jake Brousseau
First place-Chariot Race
Hunter Morris, Tanner Reed, Kerrington Black, Braedynn Roberds
Third place - Straw bridge
Josh Honea, Brock Barnhill, Larry Robinson, Lindsey Huck
Overall STEM drawing for Mystery Rocket Challenge - won an Ozobot for the school. Brylee Cooper, Tatton Wieburg, Zane Helton, Levi Colvin
Third place - Mystery Rocket Challenge
Bryant Robberson, Grace Sims, Jack Martin, Kymari Combs
And a big congrats to Mrs. Cheryl Ivey, Paris Elementary STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) and Gifted and Talented Teacher, on being named 2019 Elementary STEM Teacher of the Year by the Guy Fenter Education Service Cooperative competition.