In March, Science Pioneers hosted the 64th annual Greater Kansas City Science & Engineering Fair at Union Station.
More than 24 school districts participated, with more than 900 entries from nearly 1,300 students across the seven-county region. Students from Grade 4 to 12 submitted projects that were judged by more than 300 science, engineering and technology professionals. A total of more than 200 awards were given.
Congratulations to the boys varsity basketball team, for coming in first place in the Class 3 State Championships! The boys had an incredible season, culminating in their first championship win since 1995. Read on for the article in the KC Star.
This year, Barstow has four students who are earning the Congressional Gold Award. This award takes two years to complete and requires 400 hours of volunteer service, 200 hours of personal development, 200 hours of physical fitness, and a student-planned exploration/expedition that is at least four nights and five days.