On January 6, 2018, Raleigh County Schools held a science fair at Woodrow Wilson High School.
Educational leaders recognized 26 schools throughout the county for their hard work. Superintendent David Price handed out medals to the top three experiments.
Randy Adkins, Raleigh County Schools Assistant Superintendent of Curriculum was excited to see young students engaged in a subject that requires a lot of forward thinking. “As we as a county push more STEM, science, technology, engineering, mathematics and education. A science fair goes hand-in-hand with what we’re trying to do as a county in getting our students college-and-career ready,” Adkins said.
More than 120 students were honored at the award’s ceremony.