The National Youth Science Foundation is pleased to announce selection of delegates representing four counties to the West Virginia Youth Science Camp (WVYSC).
The WVYSC is a new summer science honors program for two talented rising tenth grade students from each West Virginia county. Modeled after the National Youth Science Camp, the WVYSC will be held at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center near Ripley, and will integrate a broad science curriculum with traditional summer camp recreational activities.
Delegates, their hometowns and high schools they attend from Greenbrier County include:
Mr. Cail Daley–Hillsboro–Greenbrier East High School
Ms. Shaye Gadomski–Caldwell–Greenbrier East High School
Ms. Clare Riggleman–Lewisburg–Greenbrier East High School
Delegates, their hometowns and high schools they attend from Pocahontas County include:
Ms. Fredricah Gardner–Cass–Pocahontas County High School
Delegates, their hometowns and high schools they attend from Randolph County include:
Ms. Cayla Collett–Elkins–Elkins High School
Delegates, their hometowns and high schools they attend from Webster County include:
Ms. Jessica Smith–Upper Glade–Webster County High School
The WVYSC was established with the help of the West Virginia Department of Education and Dr. Jorea Marple, West Virginia State Superintendent of Schools. Ms. Allison Greenberg, a former Assistant Director of Operations and Programming for the National Youth Science Camp and Associate Director of Programs and Alumni Relations for the National Youth Science Foundation, will direct the new program.