SPS Inventor's Showcase 2018

SPS Inventor's Showcase 2018
Posted on 02/21/2018
SPS Inventor's Showcase Overall Winner, Noah Davis

Third through fifth grade students from Sapulpa Public Schools competed in the District’s second annual Inventor’s Showcase on Tuesday, February 13th.  Students designed and created original inventions to solve an everyday problem in their lives.  Each school selected the top three inventions by grade level to advance to the district competition.   Winners from each of the four elementary schools spent the day orally presenting their inventions to a panel of judges.  Students enjoyed Bot Ball demonstrations from Sapulpa’s 5th grade Project Sharp Program and also participated in hands-on STEM activities.  The evening included the announcement of the top invention overall and the winning inventions in each grade level.  Trophies were designed and created using a 3D printer by the Sapulpa High School Robotics Program.  Winner’s also received a full scholarship to Camp Invention in June.

Overall Winner

Overall District Winner Fidget Art Widget by Noah Davis, Jefferson Heights Elementary

Grade3 Third Grade

1st Place  The Toddler Toilet Trap   By Leo Enlow, Freedom Elementary   2nd Place   The Baby Patter   By Abby Admire, Holmes Park Elementary 3rd Place   The Quicky Picky Uppy Thingy 2000  By Jeremy Sullivan, Freedom Elementary

Grade 4 Fourth Grade

1st Place  Anti-spill Strainer   By Spencer Haught, Jefferson Heights Elementary 2nd Place   Snotty Sneezer Pleaser  By Taryn Fancher, HolmesParkk Elementary 3rd Place   The Hi-Dri Caddy  By Allison Fuller, Freedom Elementary

Gr5 Fifth Grade

1st Place  Thimble Wear   By Lanndon Stubblefield, Liberty STEM Academy 2nd Place   Paw n Spa   By Lindy Lowery, Holmes Park Elementary 3rd Place   Headboard Pouch   By Alyssa Denby, Freedom Elementary

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