Student Technology Integration Challenge Winners

We are pleased to announce this year’s winners. The students and their teachers will be recognized on Sunday, December 7, at the conference. You’ll have a chance to talk with them from 1:30 to 4:15 and then they will be honored during the closing session on Sunday.

K-2 Interactive/Programming:
Alivia Teri, School:  Hugh Mercer, Fredricksburg City Schools, (Teacher: Amanda Flanagan)
Project Title:  Coding

3-5 Desktop Publishing: 
Melissa Ortiz* and Anthony Rios-Reyes, School:  Carlin Springs Elementary/Arlington (Teacher:  Lindsay Brown)
Project Title:  Our Virginia History – A Review

3-5 Multi-media:
Elizabeth Zambrano*,Dalliss Braxton, Sydney Boone, Kyhia McCray, Alexia Taylor, School:  Harvie Elementary /Henrico (Teacher: Julie Franklin)
Project Title:  A “Heroic” App for That!

3-5 Interactive/Programming: 
Suruthikha Vijay, School:  Mantua Elementary/ Fairfax (Teacher:  Michele Sullivan)
Project Title:  Effects of Smoking

6-8 Multi-media:
Grace Allen, School:  Philip Michael Pennington School/ Prince William (Teacher:  Cheryl Phillips)
Project Title:  What’s Your Story
9-12 Desktop Publishing: 
Kirsten Parris’s class, Park View High School/Mecklenburg
Project Title:  Heroes Among Us

9-12 Multi-media:
Margaret Smith*, Carly Chisholm, Libby Browder, Sama Crouch, Ashley Dowd, Douglas S. Freeman High School/ Henrico, (Teacher: Megan Corker)
Project Title: Creating Change through Public Service Announcements – “Stand Up. Speak Out.”

9-12 Interactive/Programming: 
Matthew Brosinski*, Mariah Boone, Ethan Frazier, Noah Flint, School:  Franklin County High School/ Franklin County, (Teacher: William Schmachtenberg)
Project Name:  Geology Valley
Thanks to Tech4Learning for supporting the Student Technology Integration Challenge.

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