Camdenton Middle School students compete at Ozarks Science and Engineering Fair

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Left to right, top to bottom: Grace Law, Keegan Dowdney, Keith Base, Gavyn Quade, K.C. Brown, Delaney Stanfield, Nicole Westhusing, Jazzie Coffelt, Hunter Johnson.

The week of March 8-12, 2021, Camdenton Middle School students competed in the Ozarks Science and Engineering Fair, which was held virtually this year. Students presented their projects to a panel of judges from across the country. There were 94 students from southwest Missouri who competed at OSEF. Camdenton Middle School students did an outstanding job:


Grace Law:

1st Place Engineering category Broadcom National Science Competition qualifier Schneider Award ($250 cash and certificate) Office of Naval Research Award (medallion and certificate)  

Keegan Dowdney: 1st Place Botany category Broadcom National Science Competition qualifier Stan Howell Memorial Botany Award (book and certificate)  

Keith Bass: 2nd Place Environmental Science category  

Gavyn Quade: 2nd Place Behavioral and Social Science category  

K.C. Brown: 3rd Place Environmental Science category  

Delaney Stanfield: 3rd Place Medicine/Health category  

Nicole Westhusing: 3rd Place Microbiology category  

Jazzie Coffelt: Honorable Mention Behavioral and Social Science category    

Hunter Johnson: Honorable Mention Environmental Science category