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When it comes to finding out if drag affects a swimmer’s time in 25 yard freestyle, Stone Middle School 6th grader, Bailey Fowler, tested and presented her findings at the Kilgore Regional Science Fair. Her project “Swimming is a Drag” earned her 8th place.
Bailey’s hypothesis was that a person would swim an average of three seconds faster wearing a swimsuit verses wearing T-shirt and shorts. She tested volunteers wearing swimsuits and swimming 25 yards then had them repeat the laps wearing T-shirts and shorts. Her result was swimmers do better wearing swimsuits.
Johnny Williams visited the 2nd grade classes of Amy Bolton, Karon Sparks and Jennifer Haynie and explained the voting process by having the students vote on their favorite cartoon. Scooby Doo won by a landslide.
student council member Jesse Wideman.
through the morning parent drop off line.
Paris, TX, March 2012 – North Lamar High School’s Zone 32 will have a guest speaker on ‘Overcoming Challenges’ for the student body on Tuesday, March 6 beginning at 9:15 a.m. in the auditorium.
Knowing firsthand the power of the choices we make, Curtis C. Childers will share his story of survival and the message of hope.
“I want to help keep others from making the same mistakes that hurt me so much. I want to share my story with young people to let them know that the choices they make can last a lifetime,” said Childers.
After graduating Valedictorian of his high school class, serving as FFA President of the Texas and National chapters, being elected as Student Body President of Texas A&M University, and landing a job making over $100,000 a year, life’s challenges threw him a huge curve. Childers’ life spiraled out of control with his dependency of drugs and alcohol until a terrible accident stop him dead in his tracks.
Childers shares his inspirational story of ‘Overcoming Challenges’ in hopes of keeping others from starting down the path he chose.