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CCSD Students Advancing to Regional Social Studies Fair

CCSD Students Advancing to Regional Social Studies Fair

Eight projects by Cherokee County School District students are headed to the Regional Social Studies Fair!

Through the annual CCSD Social Studies Fair program, students in grades 5-12 can explore an area of social studies and complete a research project individually or as part of a team.  Categories for projects are: anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science and sociology/psychology.  Students present their projects for review by judges at the CCSD fair, which is coordinated by the Office of Curriculum & Instruction, with top scoring projects advancing to the regional fair to be held this winter.

“Congratulations to all of our winners on your outstanding projects and best wishes at regionals,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said.  “As a former middle school social studies teacher, I know the dedication students must have to conduct this research and complete an award winning project.  Thank you to our social studies teachers for your support of our students’ learning every day and for mentoring students who enter the fair.” 

First-place winners and their categories and projects are: 

Grades 5-6
William Campbell and Jack Lisa of Indian Knoll ES in History for “Atomic Bomb”
Piper Carriger and Oakley Patterson of Liberty ES in History for “Who was Susan B. Anthony?”
Rachael Crachi and Aubrey Quinn of Mountain Road ES in History for “Apollo 13”
Logan Dructor of Dean Rusk MS in History for “What was the Pig War?”
Elizabeth Foster of Bascomb ES in Sociology/Social Psychology for “How Does Autism Affect People’s Social Life?”
Rishabh Pandya of Clark Creek ES STEM Academy in Economics for “Is going green worth the green?”           

Grades 7-8
Estelle Cooper and Alison Haas of Mill Creek MS for “Ford Changed the World”
Grayson Mirabelli of E.T. Booth MS in Sociology/Social Psychology for “Steroids in Sports: Dope or Nope?”