Glenbrook students successful at science fair

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 From left are Olivia Blackwelder and Madie Vandernord (third place, elementary division), Thomas Parnell and J.C. Brown (third place, high school division, Adeline Phillips (second place, junior division) and Caleb Rhodes (first place, junior division). Courtesy Photo
From left are Olivia Blackwelder and Madie Vandernord (third place, elementary division), Thomas Parnell and J.C. Brown (third place, high school division, Adeline Phillips (second place, junior division) and Caleb Rhodes (first place, junior division). Courtesy Photo
Glenbrook School students recently brought home several honors from the regional science fair at the Bossier Civic Center and sponsored by Bossier Parish Community College. Rhodes, Parnell and Brown are now eligible to participate in the State Science Fair to be held in Baton Rouge at LSU March 21 through 23​. Rhodes has also been invited to participate in the Broadcom Masters Science Fair where he will be competing for the opportunity to participate in their final science competition in Washington, D.C. He was chosen among the top 10 percent of the sixth through eigth grade competitors at a Society for Science and the Public affiliated science and engineering fair in the United States, and now joins a network of distinguished alumni.

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