D’Arbonne Woods announcesSocial Studies Fair Winners

D’Arbonne Woods Chater school recently held the middle school 6th-8th grade Social Studies Fair.
Winners in the competitions seven categories include:
1st place: Audrey Brown
2nd place: Braylin Smith, Emmalane Shaw, Makenzee Canterberry, & Makenley Leggett
3rd place: Kenzlie Issac, Sunni Riser, Abigail Castillio
1st place: Grant Halley, Jaxson Roberson, Jacob Hobbs, & Miguel Garcia
2nd place: Henslee Albritton & Avery Brantley
3rd place: Lawson Culver & Collin Tatum
Political Science
1st place: Ryan Farrar, Henry Edwards, & Easton Vandenberg
2nd place: Dustin Frasier, John-David Mills, Colston Thomas, & Nathan Takewell
1st place: Camdyn Andrews, Madalyn Pender, Anna Arnold, & Haven Post
2nd place: Paisley Ludwig, Klair Futch, Lolo Scallan, & Brinnly Redden
3rd place: Ada Jane Craig, Emme Englerth, & Lucy Vocker

1st place: Dakota Jordan, Moss Kennedy, Jude Willis, & Aiden Herrington
2nd place: Tyner Perodeau

1st place: Ethan Shipps, Rubin Edwards, Joel Bolonas, & Brailen Campbell
2nd place: Cody Semans, Landon Popwell, Julian Morales & Garrett Nolan
3rd place: Cooper Hayes
Louisiana History
1st place: Anna Womack, Landry Albritton, Dianne Martinez, & Jade Mosqueda
2nd place: Charlie Smith, Georgia Smith, Charlie Pender
3rd place: Khloee Jeffries, Melodee Carr, Bentley Albritton, & Briley Adams
Political Science
1st place: “How Did Jackie Robinson Change Baseball?”, created by Joel Bolonas, Brailen Campbell, Rubin Edwards, & Ethan Shipps with the project:
Judges for the event included:
Tim Teddleton, Jay Snell, Heather Fine, Charles Hogan and Candy Ford.

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