Three Fort Dale Academy technology teams placed in the AISA State Technology Fair on Feb. 25 at Faulkner University.  The junior high team placed first in the state, while the elementary school team and the senior high team placed second and third, respectively. FDA also had the most individual winners at the competition.  Individual winners were:  Iva Gavrilovich, first place senior high applications; Mac Williamson, first place elementary school applications; Rachel Jackson first place junior high applications; Caison Elliott, first place junior high graphics; Hannah Johnson, second place senior high programming; Anne Matthews, third place senior high programming; Amber Smith, second place junior high multimedia; Kendall Hays, second place junior high web page; Kaitlin Mosley, second place elementary school web page; and Sam Winters, third place elementary school multimedia.
Three Fort Dale Academy technology teams placed in the AISA State Technology Fair on Feb. 25 at Faulkner University. The junior high team placed first in the state, while the elementary school team and the senior high team placed second and third, respectively. (Submitted Photo)

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FDA Tech teams place in top 3

Published 10:28am Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Three Fort Dale Academy technology teams placed in the AISA State Technology Fair on Feb. 25 at Faulkner University.  The junior high team placed first in the state, while the elementary school team and the senior high team placed second and third, respectively. FDA also had the most individual winners at the competition.  Individual winners were:  Iva Gavrilovich, first place senior high applications; Mac Williamson, first place elementary school applications; Rachel Jackson first place junior high applications; Caison Elliott, first place junior high graphics; Hannah Johnson, second place senior high programming; Anne Matthews, third place senior high programming; Amber Smith, second place junior high multimedia; Kendall Hays, second place junior high web page; Kaitlin Mosley, second place elementary school web page; and Sam Winters, third place elementary school multimedia.

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