The K-4 class gave a presentation on Plant Growth. Back Row: Travis Twiford, Amelia Riegsecker, Bethany Glover, Matthew Bass, Daniel Bass, Front Row: Sharel Twiford, Isaac Starling, Aiden Gray - K/4 Class
All students, K-4 through 12th grades, at New Testament Christian School participated in a Science/History Fair held near the end of the 2010-2011 school year. The projects and displays showed outstanding effort and achievement according to Elaine Doyle, NTCS Principal. Judges for this event were Mr. Ron Zant, Ms. Deborah Cucinella, Ms. Evelyn Parke, and Adrian Peters.
The K-4 class had a class presentation on Plant Growth, and the K-5 class had a beautiful display entitled “Seasons.” Each student in both classes planted seeds and took care of their individual plants. Both classes received blue ribbons for their efforts. In addition to Solar System mobiles created by each first grade student, the first grade class displayed Recycled Art. First place winner was Jonathan Kinsey, second place went to Dalton Cochran, and third place was taken by Jermerial Ross. Second graders worked on presenting different facets of South America. First place winner was Emily Stanley, and second place winners were Lee Fongeallaz and Trey Williams. Third place was won by Zane Rollins.
The K-5 class gave a presentation. From left to right: Matthew Reader, Kelsey Haire, Justin Cooper, Ivy Lee, Nicholas Washington, Alana Kervin, Grace Pearson, Logan Hart.
The third and fourth grade classes studied Florida. Winning first place was Summer Roberts and Hope Underhill who did a presentation on Plants and Wildlife; Erin Taylor and Noah Williams took second place with their research and display of Tourism and Attractions. Winning first place in the fourth grade were Savanna Edwards, Leanna Kinsey, and Julua Rollins, who presented a display on Florida Government and the History of Madison County. Second place winner was Jared Smith who did a presentation on Florida Agriculture, and third place winner was Dieago Lee, who presented Florida Industries.
The fifth and sixth grade classes studied Old World Geography. First place winner in the fifth grade was Will Ellison (China); second place winner was Jacob Briggs (Germany); third place winner was Brittany Edwards (Ireland). In the sixth grade, the first place winner was Kaitlyn Kinsey (England); second place winner was Zack Mosier (Italy); third place winner was Nathan Calhoun (Scotland). Seventh grade science projects included first place winner Sara Taylor, whose project was “Tidal Power,” second place winner, Kayla Kinsey, “Solar Panels” and third place winner, Kyle Courtney – “Rocket Thrust.” Eighth grade science projects included first place winner, Brianna Kinsey – “The Green Movement,” second place winner, David Calhoun – “Wind Power,” and third place winner Chance Webb – “Paper Airplane Design”.
First graders shown after their presentation. From left to right: Dalton Cochran, Jermerial Ross, Jonathan Kinsey, Shawn Medders, Bryan Harris, Kristen McClune.
High school history projects on “The Rise of Hitler” included first place winner, Kaitlyn Fongeallaz, who presented a model of a Concentration Camp, and Andrew Peters who tied for second place with Ruth Anna Green. Their presentations were “Techniques of Torture” and “Hitler’s Youth”. The third place winner in the high school was Trista Agner – “Olympics in 1936.” These projects and displays were outstanding and represented hours of research and work. New Testament Christian School is proud of all of these participating students in grades K-4 through 12th grades.
New Testament Christian School will begin the new 2011-2012 school year on August 15th. If you are a parent or grandparent interested in sending your child or grandchild to NTCS as a new student, please contact Elaine Doyle, principal, at 973-3877 or 973-8547 for more information. Placement is still possible in most classrooms.