Out of 25 CCS high school students who attended the Science Olympiad, 18 placed in their events.  Those who placed included, front from left, Sophie Spady, Maddi Brown, Katelyn Leibhart, Allison Owings, Austin Bernhardt, Hannah Meeske, second row from left, Gabrielle Krutsinger, Adriana Gonzalez, Carissa Hill, Sergio Alarcon, Valerie Herbert, Jozie Schilke, back from left, Brooklyn Christensen, Cole Wiest, Trevor Peterson, Nike Smith, Kalen Wallin and Landis Beverly. (Courtesy photo)

CCS high school students have good showing at Science Olympiad

    Twenty-five high school students represented Chase County Schools (CCS) at the ESU 15 & 16 Science Olympiad in Ogallala on March 26.

Jesus Medina, left, and Zach Herbert are showing how their Mystery Architecture works during the Ogallala Science Olympiad last week. (Courtesy photo)

Eric Gonzalez, Jr. demonstrates his Elastic Launch Glider at the Science Olympiad. (Courtesy photo)

CCS middle school students compete in Science Olympiad

    Chase County Schools (CCS) sixth, seventh and eighth grade students competed for the first year in the Ogallala Science Olympiad last week.


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