Burley Junior High students competed in a 3D printing competition in Twin Falls on Saturday, Nov 16. BJHS had two teams that represented them very well. The theme was to invent or improve an idea for visually impaired or blind individuals.
The Soap on the Rope team won Student the Choice award which earned $250 for the 3D printer program. The Bobkittens team did very well but unfortunately did not place. Shelly Rasmussen is the teacher and mentor for the Bobkitten team and Renee Watterson, is the teacher and mentor for the Soap on the Rope team. Student Drama Award Zeke Castaneda received top honors and a first place trophy for the Burley Drama Department at the […]
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