The 66th Fort Worth Regional Science and Engineering Fair invited hundreds of North Texas science students to present their experiments for judging.
See local CBS story and video here that features three sixth grade STEM students from Sue Crouch Intermediate.
Bryan Michler, a science teacher at Sue Crouch Intermediate school in Crowley ISD, was one of the educators on hand to chaperone students.
“Just seeing how a hobby that you are interested in can turn into a career in science and engineering is a really big deal,” he said.
One of Mr. Michler’s female STEM students won the Bronze Medal for her presentation about the molecular biology comparing the DNA of reptiles and birds!
Congratulations, Jesse Rutherford!