Six CCS students placed in the Science Olympiad competition in Ogallala. Pictured from left are Stevie Johnson, Hannaleigh Dubas, Adelaide Maxwell, Allison Owings, Landis Beverly and Kalen Wallin. (Courtesy photo)

CCS well-represented at March 26 Science Olympiad competition

    Chase County Schools was represented by 16 students at the Science Olympiad competition in Ogallala on March 26.
    The event was sponsored by Educational Service Unit #16 in Ogallala.
    The CCS students who competed in the competition were Megan Baird, Dana Heinemann, Whitney Hopp, Stevie Johnson, Sydney Vetter, Hannaleigh Dubas, Katelyn Leibhart, Brooke Schilke, Parker Dillan, Cole Wilson, Evan Fisher, Landis Beverly, Kalen Wallin, Allison Owings, Adelaide Maxwell and Scott Wheeler.
    “All students participated in one competition,” said Kim Wilson, CCS science teacher and STEM advisor.
    There were six students who placed in the Science Olympiad.
    Owings and Maxwell placed first in Disease Detectives, Johnson and Dubas received third in Write It Do It and Beverly and Wallin got third in Fermi Questions, she said.
    “It was a fun day, one we look forward to every year,” said Wilson.

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