STEM Society Science Bowl Team Breaks Record

Competing in EfTA Senior High Science Bowl
Congratulations to the five-member STEM Society Science Bowl Team that represented Cooper to compete against local high school teams in the Senior High Science Bowl sponsored by Education for Tomorrow Alliance on January 29 in Conroe.

The Cooper team consisting of Liz Liner `21, James Pryde `21, Abby Mendenhall `22, Amber Navarra `22 and Safee Baig `23, advanced to the Semifinal Round by demonstrating their knowledge in various scientific disciplines and were accompanied by faculty sponsors Cathy Mock and Charles Lowery.

“We are incredibly proud of the team for persevering through unprecedented obstacles this year and for being so flexible in their preparation methods as our event changed from the way it was previously conducted,” said Mock said. “They represented our school with pride, expertise and decorum. Way to go, Dragons!”

All team members were awarded certificates and medals. Bravo for advancing farther and scoring more points than any previous JCS Science Bowl team. GO DRAGONS!

From Curiosity to Wisdom
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