And the Winner Is...

Mason Bone 2nd in GASTC!
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Mason used Google Sheets to make over 25 sheets to calculate various mathematical operations, such as fractions, decimals, percents, taxes, discounts, unit rates, exponents, etc. During the process, he organized a team of sixth grade students to help him work on it and test it. Mason competed at the district level in Catoosa County, the regional level with the Northwest Georgia Regional Education Service Agency, and he competed virtually at the state level.

The Georgia Educational Student Technology Competition (GASTC) is an annual student technology competition produced by the Georgia Educational Technology Consortium. The Consortium sponsors other technology initiatives in Georgia, including the Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC). The GASTC is the highest level of student technology competition in Georgia with over 750 projects, representing the work of 1000+ students, judged at the competition each March.

Way to go, Mason! Proud of you!