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Scott students getting noticed nationally for projects

Here are four examples of three students from Scott Middle School, 2200 Pine Lake Road, who are getting attention in national competitions for their projects from the classroom.

Nico Lozano is a sixth-grader who participated in the Next Vista for Learning Creative Composition Video contest held in December. He created a 90-second teaching video about elements. Of the 113 videos submitted from all over, Nico's video was one of the 6 finalists. 

Watch this funny take on periodic elements - http://www.nextvista.org/a-brief-overview-of-several-interesting-elements/

Natalie Horne is a seventh-grader who participated in the MUSE kids magazine 'Plastic with a Purpose' contest that was held in September. The contest encouraged kids to create a new or practical purpose for plastic grocery bags. She built a wind turbine unit. She was selected as one of four finalists. Her entry is shown on the MUSE website and was featured in the January 2012 issue of MUSE.

View it here - http://www.musemagkids.com/museum/gallery/story/3689

Cameron Wynne is another seventh-grader who also participated in the MUSE kids magazine 'Plastic with a Purpose' contest that was held in September. He created a woven bowl using plastic bags, based on Incas suspension bridge engineering. His entry was selected as one of 4 finalists and is shown in the MUSE January 2012 issue and listed on their website.

View it here - http://www.musemagkids.com/museum/gallery/story/3689

Also, Cameron's Patriot's Pen entry for the 2011/2012 contest, 'Are You Proud of Your Country?' has won 2nd place on the state level. He will be attending a VFW celebration on March 18th.


Published: February 29, 2012, Updated: March 9, 2012

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