The S.C. 4-H Engineering Challenge
An opportunity for students 9-19 to learn, have fun, demonstrate their science, technology, engineering and math skills, and compete for individual and team honors.
2017 Challenges Winners
Bridge Building Challenge
1st– Maggie Chisholm, Maci Hollifield, Luke Hollifield, Cole Hoskyns (Chesnee Middle and High)
2nd– Eric Lindstrom, Richard Meiburg, Greg Pavlunenko (Westview Middle)
3rd– Bethany Aguero, Samuel Aguero, Joseph Wand, Samuel Wand (Lchea)
Egg Lofter Rocket Challenge
1st– Amelia Palmer (Westview Middle)
2nd– Joseph Allen (Westview Middle)
3rd– Joshua Allen (Westview Middle)
Energy House Challenge
1st– Victoria Barber, Darnell Lee, Makayla McClure, A’Leyah Walls-Toms (Oakdale)
2nd– Jessica Beach, Mikayla Grogan, Ansley Mossberg (Chesnee Middle)
TIE 3rd– CJ Cochran, Hunter Bailey (Lewisville Middle)
TIE 3rd– Leah Gardner, Connor Tolson (Hardeeville-Ridgeland Middle)
LEGO Robotics Challenge
1st– Team Osmet: Loreto Mondragon, Caleb Waddell, Clayton Osmet, Ethan Turner, Braydon Sprinkle (Chesnee Middle)
2nd– The Mechanical Fantastic Four: Emmarie Ward, Katelynn Halbert, Ethan Garrett, Cody Acker (Pickens Elementary)
3rd– The Flame (SIMS Robotics)
1st– Adrianna Lechzier, Bree Self, Braxton Seegars (Lewisville Middle)
2nd– Addie Vinesett, Holly Hines, Ali Scruggs (Chesnee Middle)
3rd– Clara Robinson, Nora Robinson, Macie Thomas, Maggie Thomas (4-H Explorers)
Power of Photography Challenge
1st– Keely Miller (Chesnee Middle)
2nd– Hannah Alexander (Chesnee Middle)
3rd– Lillian Wells (Chesnee Middle)
Solar Oven Showcase Challenge
1st– Keely Miller, Amanda Sowers (Chesnee Middle)
2nd– Catilin Carr, Ashlyn Woodruff, Arianna McBee (Miracle Academy Preparatory School)
3rd– Zion Brown, Landon Boyd (Oakdale Elementary)
Honorable Mention- Brayden Archie, Jordan Pierce, Ahmed England, Karmen Hayes (Oakdale Elementary)
We’re looking for hands-on STEM activity exhibits and interactive STEM demonstrations for the STEM Fair! Is your organization/business interested in having a booth at the STEM Fair? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make it a family outing! A STEM Fair will be set up during the event to provide fun, hands-on STEM activities and interactive demonstrations for all ages. Adult chaperones and non-participant children can purchase a lunch for the event on the registration page.
Do you have a career in STEM? Consider making a STEM career presentation! Career presentations will be a connection for students to see what they can do with the skills they have learned while preparing for and competing in their challenge. The presentation will be paired with a presentation from OC Tech staff about college programs relating to the students’ challenge/ possible careers.
Check out last year’s event!
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