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Posted On: Tuesday, June 9, 2020

CCSD Georgia Student Technology Winners 6 9 2020

First-place winners are pictured from left to right in alphabetical order.

Sixteen Cherokee County School District students placed at this year’s statewide Georgia Student Technology Competition, with five earning the top honor!

The annual program offers 16 categories of competition for students in Grades 3-12.  At the regional competition, 53 CCSD students placed first and advanced to the State event.  The State competition, usually held in person at Kennesaw State University, was instead held virtually this spring.

“Congratulations to our State winners – we’re proud of you and all your work that led to this impressive accomplishment,” Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brian V. Hightower said.  “We also greatly appreciate the teachers who support their students’ participation, and our CCSD technology staff who volunteer to make the competition possible.  Technology education opens a new world of learning and exciting career opportunities for our students.  I can’t wait to see what these talented and creative students dream up next!”  

CCSD STATE WINNERS
(Divisions include two grade levels)

First Place
Caleb Glisson, Mill Creek MS, Grades 5-6, 3D Modeling 
David Holbrook, Woodstock MS, Grades 5-6, Mobile Apps
Anthony Kahn, E.T. Booth MS, Grades 7-8, Audio Production 
Bradlee Rodriguez, Macedonia ES, Grades 5-6, Digital Photo Production 
Alex Severson, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 5-6, Project Programming

Second Place
Anthony Dagostino, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 3-4, Audio Production 
Dylan Fallin and Gavin Letendre, E.T. Booth MS, Grades 5-6, Audio Production
Camden Johnson and Benjamin Rodriguez, Macedonia ES, Grades 5-6, Video Production
Paxton Miller, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 3-4, Multimedia Applications

Third Place
Arcadian Freund, Clark Creek ES STEM Academy, Grades 3-4, Mobile Apps
Maddox Grummer, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 3-4, Video Production
Juliette Kvenild, Clark Creek ES STEM Academy, Grades 5-6, Graphic Design
Ayah Mahi, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 5-6, Productivity Design 
Ryan Wexler, Indian Knoll ES, Grades 3-4, Productivity Design

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