Pulaski County Public School gifted kids have been hard at work over the past month working on their History Day Projects. On March 17th, over 60 students from Pulaski Middle School, Snowville Elementary School, Critzer Elementary School, and Pulaski Elementary School competed in a history fair at Radford University, for the district level. A total of 8 Pulaski county projects were placed top three and they have been invited to compete in states! States will be in Richmond, VA on April 29th.
Pictured above are three contestants from Critzer Elementary School. (Pictured left to right) Asher Vaughn, gifted resource teacher, Nicholas Cregger, individual division second-place finisher, Kelson Walker and Campbell Ferrell, group division second-place finishers, and Keyana Chappelle, a 5th-grade teacher. Contestants who place top 3 in the state’s competition, will be invited to Maryland to compete in the national division! Good luck to all students competing and kudos for their hard work!!!
Submitted by Rebekkah Warburton