Cabell County Regional Social Studies Fair Winners

Elementary, Middle and High School students across Cabell County recently participated in the Cabell County Regional Social Studies Fair which took place at the Mountain Health Arena in Huntington.  First Place winners will advance to the 2020 West Virginia State Social Studies Fair, Friday, April 24, 2020 at the Charleston Civic Center.  
 
Division I
Anthropology – Individual 
 
Second Place:  The Wright Brothers with the Wright Stuff
                           Gabriel Mills, Nichols Elementary School

Anthropology – Group 

First Place:  Stitches in Time
                     Noah Capper, James McCormick, Meadows Elementary School

Economics – Individual 

Second Place:  Who Invented Robots
                          Ben Roberts, Guyandotte Elementary School

Geography – Group 

Second Place:  Earthquakes: Let’s Shake Up Your Knowledge
                           Liam Shepherd, Rubin Michel, Highlawn Elementary School 

Political Sciences – Individual

First Place:  What is Impeachment?
                      Tabitha Smith, Nichols Elementary School
 
Psychology - Individual
 
Third Place:  The Psychological Effect of the Holocaust on Jews
                       Cooper Meadows, Nichols Elementary School
 
Sociology – Group
 
Third Place:  Why Hate?
                       Jolina Arbus, Haley Workman, Nichols Elementary School

State and Local History – Individual 

Honorable Mention:  The Creation of the Pepperoni Roll 
                                       Lyra Childers, Nichols Elementary School 

State and Local History – Group

First Place:  The Signature of College Football 
                      Roman McGhee, Rocco McGhee, Village of Barboursville Elementary School  

United States History – Group

First Place:  The 19th Amendment 
                     Audrey Harbor, Jayden Jordan, Village of Barboursville Elementary School 

Division II

Anthropology – Group
 
First Place:  How do Sikhism and Christianity Relate?
                      Jasleen Kaur, Mattalyn Warden, Barboursville Middle School 
 
Economics – Individual
 
Second Place:  How Has Currency Changed Over the Course of History?
                          Madeline Chapman, Barboursville Middle School

Economics – Group 

First Place:  How Does Amazon Affect Business?
                     Ava Rice, Ava Collins, Maddie Osburn, Barboursville Middle School 

Sociology – Individual 

Second Place:  Girlstrong
                           Sophia Fry, Huntington East Middle School 

State and Local History – Individual  

Second Place:  Charles McGhee’s Contribution to WV History
                           Aneirin Jones, Huntington Middle School

United States History – Individual 

Second Place:  The Salem Witch Trials
                            Juliet Bond, Milton Middle School

World History – Individual 

Second Place:  The History of Chinese Fans
                           Sarah Talkington, Barboursville Middle School

Division III

Economics – Individual 

First Place:  The Economic Effects of the Walt Disney Company
                    Ann Blatt, St. Joseph Central Catholic High School

Geography - Group

First Place:  Evolution of Language 
                     Perin Schray, Blaise Schray, Alyssa Mize, Huntington High School 

Political Sciences – Individual 
 
First Place:  Cyber Security
                      Katelyn Aluise, Huntington High School 

State and Local History – Individual 

First Place:  Battle of Blair Mountain
                     Luke Lovejoy, Huntington High School

United States History – Individual

Third Place:  The “Write” Words: The Evolution of American Literature
                       Jaden Ellison, St. Joseph Central Catholic High School

United States History – Group

Second Place:  The Salem Witch Trials
                           Bethany Silkers, Kaleigh Vance, Breanna Lee, Huntington High School 
      
World History – Individual 

First Place:  How Has Medical Technology Improved?
                     Katy Grimes, St. Joseph Central Catholic High School

For more information, please contact Marisa Main, Academic Specialist, by calling (304) 528-5340.

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