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ESO 2019 Final Facts
Announcing the 2019 Team Winners
Clanton Intermediate (Clanton) earned medals in 16 of 24 events including 3 first place finishes to win its second consecutive overall team title and third overall in the 2019 Elementary Science Olympiad at Jacksonville High School on Saturday, February 23rd. The Donoho School (Anniston) finished in 2nd and Kitty Stone Elementary (Jacksonville) took third. Columbia Elementary (Madison) was 4th and Corner Middle (Corner) was 5th in the overall team standings.

2019 Award Winners
Gold, Silver, and Bronze... The event-by-event list of over 250 individual medalists from Elementary Science Olympiad 2019 at Jacksonville High School.

Competition and Awards Ceremony Photos
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Mt. Olive Elementary team members assemble their design in Write It, Do It. Adamsville Elementary and Thompson Intermediate teams at work in Write It, Do It.
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Silver medalists Drake Loggins and Maguire Mallett test their map reading skills in Which Way's North?. 5th place medalists Michael Dykes & Gavin Valtierra put their astronomy knowledge to the test in Space Invaders.
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A participant takes aim at the target with his paper airplane in Aerodynamics. 5th place medalists Lydia Glenn and Savannah Leeman from Snow Rogers answer questions in Don't Bug Me.

The Big Individual Winners
Nine students medaled in 3 or more events at ESO 2019 at Jacksonville High School. Three students -- Columbia's Isabelle Park and Janardhan Vasireddy, and Donoho's Samantha Wakefield -- each earned medals in 4 events. Six other students earned 3 total medals each including Columbia's Joseph Park, Cornor's Katie Blizzard and Isabella Fleming, Donoho's Will Abernathy and David Robles, and Kitty Stone's Ben Pridgen.

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4th place medalists Taylor Williams and Madisyn McIntosh from Adamsville in Grab a Gram. Gold medalists Jack Johnson and Jared Van Horn of Auburn Area Homeschoolers at work in Grab a Gram.
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Gold medalists Raleigh Batchlor and Isabelle Park solve math and logic puzzles in Super Sleuths. 5th place medalists Xander Murphy and Edge Weeks of McAdory at work in Super Sleuths.
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The crowd watches Donoho's Samantha Wakefield and Blair Kitchen launch their 4th place vehicle in Pasta Transporter. Aaron Bailey and Sawyer Pearsall watch as their vehicle rolls to a 3rd place finish in Pasta Transporter.

Celebrating 26 Years of ESO at JHS
Jacksonville High School celebrated its 26th year of hosting Elementary Science Olympiad competitions with 24 participating teams. From just 4 schools in 1993 to over 30 registered each year in recent years, ESO at JHS has maintained its impressive impact on science education in Alabama. Nearly 500 students participated in events in 2019 including students from Adamsville, Auburn, Charles Brown, Clanton, Columbia, Corner, Crumly Chapel, Donoho, Erwin, Fultondale, Hueytown, Irondale, Jefferson Christian, Kermit Johnson, Kitty Stone, McAdory, Mill Creek, Minor, Mt. Olive, Snow Rogers, Thompson, Warrior, West Jefferson and WO Lance. Thanks for helping make ESO 2019 yet another success!

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Participants prepare for the awards ceremony in the JHS gym. The crowd applauds the many team head coaches at center court.
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Donoho School (Anniston) team members gather around the 2nd place trophy. Clanton Intermediate (Clanton) takes its championship team photo.

Updated: February 26, 2019.

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