Copper Mill Students Win Events at Elementary State Beta Convention | Zechariah


Copper Mill Elementary School National Beta Members are celebrating their recent attendance at the Louisiana Elementary Beta Hybrid State Convention on February 15-16.

Copper Mill students won two first prizes: Carson Darwin in social studies and Caleb Thompson in black and white photography.

Others who placed in academic competitions were Gage Gould, maths, fourth place; and Jackson Granich, science, fifth place.

Others who ranked in visual arts were Caleb Connor, mixed media, second place; Chloe Reno, painting, fourth place; and Niyla James, drawing, fourth.

The National Beta State Convention provides students with the opportunity to strengthen their academic and leadership skills, showcase their artistic talents and abilities, and interact with other Louisiana Elemental Betas, as well as the opportunity to compete in various academic, STEM-based, virtual and high-performance. artistic competitions.

This year, the state convention was offered as a hybrid event. Students could compete virtually or onsite at the Cajundome Arena & Convention Center in Lafayette. State-level victories provide an opportunity to compete at the national level. The national convention will be held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, Tennessee, over the summer.

The Copper Mill beta faculty sponsors are Amber Gonzalez, Karen Jones, and Jaime Knight.


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