Congratulations to the Eldon High School Science research team for their outstanding performance at the virtual Ozarks Science and Engineering Fair.

Congratulations to the Eldon High School Science research team for their outstanding performance at the virtual Ozarks Science and Engineering Fair.

Ryan Dodds: 1st Place in Botany, Grand Prize Award, Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair Award, Schneider Foundation $500 Cash Award, U.S. Air Force Award, Stan Howell Memorial Botany Award and Missouri State University $1,000 Scholarship

Kenzi Bustamante: 1st Place in Chemistry, 1st Alternate Grand Prize Award, Schneider Foundation $500 Cash Award and Missouri State University $1,000 Scholarship

Kierstin Vaughan: 1st Place in Behavioral/Social Sciences, American Psychological Association Award, Schneider Foundation $500 Cash Award and Missouri State University $1,000 Scholarship

Destinie Tunis: 2nd Place in Microbiology and Missouri State University $1,000 Work Study Award

Caleb Martonfi: 3rd Place in Computer Science/Mathematics

Ryan qualified to compete and Kenzi qualified as a student observer at the International Science and Engineering Fair that was to be held in Anaheim, California had it not been for COVID-19. This is the largest fair in the world where students from approximately 74 countries come together to compete.