In January more than 100 students from the Cobb County School District (CCSD) competed in the rebooted Cobb Regional Technology Competition (CRTC). The first place winners recently showed off their tech skills at the Georgia Educational Technology Fair (GaETF) in Macon, Ga. Two CCSD students stood out from the rest.
Sope Creek Elementary fourth grader Louis Nanda captured third place for his age group. Beating out his seventh and eighth grade competitors, East Cobb Middle School seventh grader Brennan Fullmer won second place at the technology fair.
During the CRTC event, Brennan took first place for the “Productivity Design” category while Louis won first place for his age group in the “Tech Literacy Challenge” category.
The state technology competition is made up of the first place winners, like Brennan and Louis, from the sixteen recognized regional technology fairs, which includes CRTC.