West Virginia State Social Studies Fair

Cabell County Students find success at West Virginia State Social Studies Fair
Posted on 05/03/2018

Students from across Cabell County participated in the West Virginia State Social Studies Fair held April 27, 2018 at the Charleston Civic Center. 

Cabell County had eleven projects place or receive Honorable Mention at the State Fair.  Seven projects by Cabell County students received first place, which was a tie for most first place finishes by participating counties across the State.

First Place

Division I

Anthropology/Individual
Braille: The Not so Secret code
Kensie McComas – Nichols Elementary School

Economics/Group
How Online Shopping is Affecting Retail Stores
Kaylee Kohl, Bayleigh Cavender – Nichols Elementary School

Division II

Anthropology/Group
War Time Aviation's Effect on Our Culture
Abigail Adkins, Jillian Freeman – Barboursville Middle School

Geography/Individual
The Bermuda Triangle
Alexandra Biddle – St. Joseph Catholic School

Psychology/Group
How Does Social Media Affect You
Kenzi Nottingham, Isabella Backus – Barboursville Middle School

World History/Group
The History of Chopsticks
Sarah Talkington, Caelan Dawson – Barboursville Middle School

Division III

Geography/Group
GMO
Perin Schray, Michaela Bias, Allysa Mize – Huntington High School

Second Place

Division III

Anthropology/Group
Evolution of Fairy Tales
Abby Zickefoose, Maggie Saunders – Huntington High School

Third Place

Division I

Psychology/Individual
Writing to Heal
Ashley Joseph – Nichols Elementary School

Division II

U.S. History/Group
Wolgadeautshe, The Volga Germans: Our Heritage to Yours
Lilly Comeau, Kamryn McDowell – St. Joseph Catholic School

Honorable Mention

Division I

State & Local Studies/Individual
Mothman
Sterling Carroll – St. Joseph Catholic School

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