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Results of Syngenta Sponsored FFA AgriScience Fair - District 5

Saturday, March 16, 2013

*Sent to District 5 Ag Teachers & Principals.



RESULTS OF THE DISTRICT 5 FFA AGRISCIENCE
FAIR - March 13, 2013 - Sponsored by


                                                       
Eleven schools participated – Century-Ullin, Cisne, Columbia, Fairfield, Freeburg, Mt. Carmel, Mt. Vernon, Sandoval, Shawnee-Wolf Lake, Waterloo and West Richland-Noble with 47 projects and 57 students which was a 42% increase number of students over last year. Congratulations to all students participating.  Thank you to Barry Beaupre, Sales Representative, Syngenta,  for sponsoring the event in the amount of $500 for the cash prizes. 
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Top 6 Projects Overall (based on scoresheet and presentation)
1st – Leah Carter, Fairfield – Rapid Relief
2nd – Mathew Runyon, West Richland – Effects of Compaction on Crops
3rd – Aaron Shull & Alex Wessel, Waterloo – From Trash to Biogas
4th – Merecedes Grote, Fairfield – Walk This Way…Or Not
5th – Christonia Saddler, Sandoval - The Effects of Different Colored Lights on Plant Oxygen Production                              
6th – Janaye Barnfield, Cisne – Keeping It Cool
 
Individual division winners-
-Animal Systems – Merecedes Grote, Fairfield – Walk This Way…Or Not
-Environmental Services/Natural Resources Systems – Leah Carter, Fairfield – Rapid Relief
-Food Products and Processing Systems – Nicole Jordan, Cisne – Honey Crystals
-Plant Systems – Mathew Runyon, West Richland – Effects of Compaction on Crops
       
-Power, Structural and Technical Systems ­– Janaye Barnfield, Cisne – Keeping It Cool
-Social Systems – Nick Konopasek, Cisne – Is Crest the Best?
 
Each project received a $10 cash award and each student received a framed certificate. The top 6 projects received $45, $35, $30, $25, $25, $25.
 
This event was organized by District 5 Facilitating Coordination in Agricultural Education(FCAE) and hosted by the Benton High School at the District 5 FFA Proficiency Awards Judging. Both events held jointly at the same location on the same evening were very well received. The quality of projects and competition by students was very good this year.
 
Judges for this event were: Janice Page - Franklin County SWCD, Patty Coffman – USDA-NRCS, and Kathy Craig – Rend Lake College. Special assistance was provided by Mindy McDermott and Tom Cotter, Agriculture Teachers at Waterloo and Thompsonville High Schools.

Thank you to the agriculture teachers/FFA Advisors for including agriscience fair projects part of your agriculture course requirements.
Attached is an excel document with all of the students competing and their individual scores.


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