Almost 700 students in fourth through 12th grades competed in the Kentucky American Water Science Fair Saturday at Bryan Station High School.
The event, open to public, private and home-school students, was coordinated by the Fayette County Public Schools and is in its 33rd year.
There were more than 650 projects. Nearly 50 participating schools and organizations participated, and 48 volunteers helped out.
Winners in the district competition advance to the Central Kentucky Regional Science and Engineering Fair to be held March 4 at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. The grade level winners were Joseph Hicks, fourth grade, Maxwell Elementary; Michael Barnett, fifth grade, Seton Catholic School; Kiera Fehr, sixth grade, E.J. Hayes Middle School; Quincy Winkler, seventh grade, Morton Middle School; Anna Ackerman, eighth grade, Beaumont Middle School, Rachel Seevers, all grades high school, Paul L. Dunbar High School.
Science fair winners