Central Maine Christian Academy students, from grades 5 through 12, recently participated in the ACSI Maine Academic Day at Bangor Christian School. The event included competitions in the math, art, and science areas. Central Maine Christian Academy was among the twelve Christian schools involved in these activities. The students chosen to take part in this event were those who had received top scores in math, science, and art competitions at CMCA.

The following attended to compete in the science and math areas, grades five and six: Frank Montana, Courtney Fenderson, Sean Lewis, Sarah Beecher, Bethany Ray and Ashley Fenderson. Grades seven and eight: Garrett Conant, Patrick Letourneau, Amanda Fenderson, Roland Chabot, Chad Jones, Ashley Paquette, Lindsay Marchand, Eugene Field, Lindsay Cushmand and Audry Glass. Grades nine through twelve: Mark Jones, Daniel Ouellette, and John Field. Staff members and volunteers who assisted in the program were Mrs. Bonnie Garman, Mrs. Michele Hall and Mr. Michael Nyberg.

The art festival included works done in various categories and mediums, such as paint, marker, crayon, collage and construction paper. The following students were chosen to enter some of their art work in the art festival: grades one through four: Tyler Auker, Nathan Ray, Brooke Lacombe, Emily Cormier, Tyler Ray, Tory Conant and Jessica Beecher. Grades five and six: Sarah Beecher, Bethany Ray, Sarah Bonneson and Frank Montana. Grades seven and eight: Andrea Boucher and Ashley Paquette. Grades nine through twelve: Kelsi Robbins, Ashley Fish, Laura Hansen, Sarah Nicholas and Mark Jones.

Special recognition was given to the following students in the science fair who received medallions for top exhibits: Ashley Fenderson, bronze medallion and Frank Montana, silver medallion; outstanding blue ribbons: Mark Jones, Daniel Ouellette, Courtney Fenderson, Chad Jones, Amanda Fenderson, Audry Glass and Eugene Field. Special recognition in the math competition went to Garrett Conant, who received a gold medallion for having the highest score in all of the math events. The highest art award went to Laura Hansen, who received two blue ribbons for the best artwork of the show for high school students. Another outstanding art award went to Sarah Beecher, with a blue ribbon for her work.


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