PRLHS students win awards

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  • (Photo courtesy CHERIE COLDWELL) Students from Idaho Hill Elementary School showed off their 3-D printer at the STEaM Carnival Nov. 2. Students pictured, l to r, Levi Hanna, Lexus Roland, and Eevawn MacArthur.

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    (Photo courtesy CHERIE COLDWELL) Logan Millward demonstrated how his hydraulic arm picked up objects at the STEaM Carnival Nov. 2.

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    (Photo courtesy SHANNON FRASER) Priest River Lamanna High School’s 21st Century Program’s STEaM Carnival Winners. Pictured, front row, l to r: Eevawn MacArthur, Levi Hanna, Austin Sterling, Haylie Pierson, Lily McDermeit, Robert Anselmo, Abigail Barnes representing Math Class Group, and Logan Millward. Back row, l to r: Lexus Roland, Hannah Larson, Ashleigh Wyman, Kailey Ackley, Harley Niswender, Emily Driftmeyer, Shelby Hanna, Makina Womak, Cheyanne Slick, Halie Moore, Ava Driftmeyer, Kiernan Hegel, and Dana Woullet. Not pictured: Isaac Millward, Olivia Hoepfer, and Cory Smith.

  • (Photo courtesy CHERIE COLDWELL) Students from Idaho Hill Elementary School showed off their 3-D printer at the STEaM Carnival Nov. 2. Students pictured, l to r, Levi Hanna, Lexus Roland, and Eevawn MacArthur.

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    (Photo courtesy CHERIE COLDWELL) Logan Millward demonstrated how his hydraulic arm picked up objects at the STEaM Carnival Nov. 2.

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    (Photo courtesy SHANNON FRASER) Priest River Lamanna High School’s 21st Century Program’s STEaM Carnival Winners. Pictured, front row, l to r: Eevawn MacArthur, Levi Hanna, Austin Sterling, Haylie Pierson, Lily McDermeit, Robert Anselmo, Abigail Barnes representing Math Class Group, and Logan Millward. Back row, l to r: Lexus Roland, Hannah Larson, Ashleigh Wyman, Kailey Ackley, Harley Niswender, Emily Driftmeyer, Shelby Hanna, Makina Womak, Cheyanne Slick, Halie Moore, Ava Driftmeyer, Kiernan Hegel, and Dana Woullet. Not pictured: Isaac Millward, Olivia Hoepfer, and Cory Smith.

PRIEST RIVER — Students showed off their finest technological innovations and experiments at the 21st Century Community Learning Center’s STEaM Carnival at Priest River Lamanna High School Nov. 2. Judged awards went to: Engineering & Art: Hydraulic Powered Crane - Logan Millward, Austin Sterling, Ashleigh Wyman, Kailey Ackley, Isaac Millward.

Math & Technology: Idaho Hill Elementary - 3D Printing - Levi Hanna, Lexus Roland, Eevawn MacArthur.

Science #1: Lightning in a Jar - Cheyanne Slick, Cory Smith, Emily Driftmeyer, Makina Womak.

Science #2: Magic Snow - Shelby Hanna, Haylie Pierson, Olivia Hoepfer.

People’s choice awards went to:

Technology & Overall: Edible Water Bottle - Robbie Anselmo

Math: Polyhedron Nets - Abigail Barnes and math class group

Engineering: Hydraulic Powered Crane - Logan Millward, Austin Sterling, Ashleigh Wyman, Kailey Ackley, Isaac Millward.

Art: Tornado in a Jar - Halie Moore, Ava Driftmeyer, Kiernan Hegel, Dana Woullet.

Science: Elephant Paste - Lily McDermeit, Hannah Larson, Harley Niswender.

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