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2010 K12 Student Contest

Maps Tell the Story: Plan for the Future
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2010 Delaware GIS Conference K12 Contest Winners Announced by DGDC, written by Mike Mahaffie.
April 1st, 2010

Two different groups of students from Milton Elementary School won first place honors in the K12 Student Contest, Maps Tell the Story: Plan for the Future.

This contest was sponsored by the GeoEducation in Delaware subcommittee of the Delaware Geographic Data Committee, CABE Associates, and Tidewater Utilities

Poster Category

First Place: Historic Milton Tour
Students: Brendon Garber, Brandon Ware, Jason Williams (Milton Elementary)
Teacher: Wendy Harrington

Second Place: Delaware’s National Park
Students: Ryan Sipple, Jordan Springer, Nick Louder, Sammy Price, Landon Jones and Alex Pantozzi (Lake Forest Elementary)
Teacher: Amanda Gaglione

Multi-Media Category

First Place: Podcast – Historic Milton Tour
Students: Claire Denney, A’liya Oglesby, Anthony Moore, Logan Ritenhour (Milton Elementary)
Teacher: Wendy Harrington

Second Place: Website – Environmental Planning: Digging into the problem of Soil Erosion & Sediment Control
Students: Mad Brad Science Group (Reid Temple Christian Academy)
Teacher: Rev. Jumanne Bradford

Third Place: Movie – CARS~Ready, Set, Rescue!
Students: Christie Little, Alex Hobbs, Rachel Harrell, and Sophia Emery (Lake Forest Elementary)
Teacher: Amanda Gaglione

Honorable Mention: PowerPoint – Historic Milton Tour
Students: Ronan Dutton, Kyle Martini, and Tyrone Giddens (Milton Elementary)
Teacher: Wendy Harrington

All Finalists received a Certificate of Achievement. The teachers of first place entries received a complimentary registration to next year’s Delaware GIS Conference.

Cape Gazzette article on the K12 contest and winners from Milton Elementary

News Coverage of the 2010 K12 Student Contest | Delaware Geographic Data Committee says:
May 27, 2010 at 9:16 pm

[…] to teach her third-grade class about Milton history. It was an approach that led her class to first place in the poster category and in the multi-media category, and honorable mention in the multi-media […]

Our previous K12 contest winners can be viewed here. Thank you for your participation!