Family and Consumer Science students of Mrs. Emily ZyssetI traveled to the 2019 Bloomsburg Fair to participate in the Fair's Identification Contest, returning home with awards for their efforts. This year's contest focused on identifying types and varieties of vegetables. Congratulations to our students for taking on this challenge, and in turn, expanding their knowledge of food science!

 

Winners in the Fair's Judging and Identification contest were (left to right) Reese Humphrey (2nd place), Hannah Knoebel (1st place), Mrs. Zyssett, Giana Rovito (4th place), and Marlee Swank (3rd place). 

 

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