Some students at Centralia Intermediate School swam with the sharks.
Self-folding clothes baskets, sterile glove applicators and a device to keep pebbles out of one’s shoes were among the innovative devices six teams of students displayed for the six judges the afternoon of February 10 at Centralia Intermediate School.
The six judges were Steven Chancellor, Nathan Chitwood, Ethan Massey, Harvey Million, Kelly Hawkins and Alan Baca.
After the judges listened to the students’ speeches, including the student’s very own multi-media presentations, they chose the winners.
First place honors went to: The Glove Dispenser – created by Chase Chancellor, Porter Douglass, Rachel Hawkins, Aniya Havens
Second place: The Cleat Ring – created by Miles Stevens, Cooper Gehring, Peyton Kempker
Third place: The UpChuck Bucket – Ealynne Bostick, Avery Adams, Mara Stephens, Katelynn Williams
The other finalists were: The Deskable – Jensen Decker, Gabe Griffin, and Gradon Hedberg
The Crumb Cleaner -Haleigh Austin and Piper Elkins
The Foldinator 3000 – Nolan Spickert, Claudia Lancaster, and Bradyn Cook
For more, seen next week’s edition of the Centralia Fireside Guard.