Awards

Award Ceremony: Saturday, April 1, 2017, 6-8 pm
Jefferson College Hillsboro Campus, Field House

All scholarships, trophies, cash prizes, awards, savings bonds, certificates, and prizes will be given to students and teachers during the Award Ceremony. Every student and teacher who participated in the competition and attends the Awards Ceremony is invited to walk in the Grand Parade opening the ceremony and be presented a special medallion. Gold, Silver, Bronze, and honorable mention medallions and ribbons will be available for pickup after the conclusion of the Award Ceremony by the teacher or parent who is responsible for entering the student(s) in the competition. Any awards that were not collected by the recipient(s) during the Awards Ceremony may also be picked up after the conclusion of the Award Ceremony by the teacher or parent responsible for entering the student(s) in the competition.  If any awards are not picked up at the Awards Ceremony, it is the responsibility of the teacher or parent responsible for entering the student(s) to contact the Fair to make arrangements to pick up their awards before May 1.


List of Art and Science Awards from last year’s competition:

Art and /or Sci Award Name Description Award Item Quantity Sponsor
Art or Sci Early Bird Award Early Bird Award for the first art and first science project registered. Includes a $10 Gift Certificate to the Mill – Imperial Feed & Supply.  Grades K-12. Early Bird figurine +     Gift Certificate 2 The Mill – Imperial Feed & Supply
Art Creative & Unique Award $25 cash awards for one art project from each of the 4th – 8th grades that demonstrates the most creative and/or unique perspective. Grades 4-8. Cash 5 Sylvia & Phillip Rowe
Sci Eva Kirkpatrick Memorial Incentive Science  Award $25 cash awards for exceptional science projects. Grades K-12. Cash 4 Family of Eva Kirkpatrick
Art Eva Kirkpatrick Memorial Incentive Art Award $25 cash awards for exceptional art projects. Grades K-12. Cash 4 Family of Eva Kirkpatrick
Art and Sci Mangelsdorf  Memorial Award – 4th place Teachers of the fourth highest scoring division winner – one in Art and one in Science –  receive $25 award each.  Grades K-12. Cash 2 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Art and Sci Mangelsdorf Memorial Award – 3rd place Teachers of the third highest scoring division winner -one in Art and one in Science – receive $50 each.  Grades K-12. Cash 2 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Art and Sci Mangelsdorf  Memorial Award – 2nd place Teachers of the second highest scoring division winner – one in Art and one in Science –  receive $75 award each.  Grades K-12. Cash 2 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Art and Sci Mangelsdorf  Memorial Award – 1st place Teachers of the highest scoring division winner – one in Art and one in Science – receive $100 award each.  Grades K-12. Cash 2 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Art or Sci Louisiana Purchase Award Spectacular project as chosen by donor receives  a $25 cash award.  Grades K-12. Cash 1 Louisiana Purchase     NSDAR
Sci American Meteorological Society Award Outstanding Achievement in the areas  of atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences. Grades 8-12. Certificate 2 American Meteorological Society
Sci American Psychological Society Award Outstanding Research in psychological science. Grades 9-12. Certificate 1 American Psychological Society
Sci Association for Women Geoscientist Award Scientific Excellence in the Geosicences by a female student.  Grades 9-12. Certificate 1 Association for Women Geoscientist
Sci ASU Sustainability Solutions Award Oustanding Project in sustainability receives a certificate and nomination for a trip to the 2016 Sustainability Solutions Festival.  Grades 9-12. Certificate 1 Arizona State University
Sci Broadcam MASTERS             Award The top 10% of participants in grades 6-8 whom most effectively communicate science are awarded a certificate and invited to submit an application to participate in the competition.  Grades 6-8. Certificate 20 Broadcam MASTERS
Sci  International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) Finalist Awarded to two projects who will be sponsored to attend ISEF and compete as a representative of the Mastodon Fair. All expense paid trip.  Grades 9-12. Trip + Photo Album 2 Mastodon Park     Committee & Mercy Hospital Jefferson
Sci International Sustainable World Project (I-SWEEP) Finalist Awarded to two projects in environmental sustainability and innovation who will be sponsored to attend I-SWEEP and compete as a representative of Mastodon Fair. Paid trip expenses include travel & lodging.  Grades 9-12. Trip + Certificate 2 I-SWEEEP
Sci  Intel Science Talent Search Nomination for further competition in the national Intel Science Talent Search. Grade 11, individual projects only. Certificate 2 Society for Science  & the Public
Sci MU Alpha Theta Award Most challenging mathematical project. Grades 9-12. Certificate 2 MU Alpha Theta
Sci  NASA                                              EARTH System Science Award Exceptional project that displays an Earth Systems science perspective.  Grades 9 -12. Certificate 1 NASA
Sci Science Coach Recognition Recognizing teachers participating  as Science Coaches. Certificate 5 Mastodon Fair
Sci  SI Metric Award Project with the best use of the SI Metric System. Grades K – 12. Certificate 1 US Metric Association
Sci Society for In Vitro Biology Award Outstanding project involving in vitro biology or tissue culture.  Grade 11. Certificate 1 Society for In Vitro Biology
Sci Stockholm Junior Water Prize Award Outstanding water conservation project.  Potential opportunity to enter State Competition, which can lead to National and International prizes.  Grades 9-12. Certificate 2 Water Environment Federation
Sci US Air Force Outstanding projects as selected by donor. Grades 9-12. Certificate 4 US Air Force
Sci US Navy/Marine Corps Awards Certificates for the best projects as judged by the US Navy/Marine Corps. Middle School and High School. Certificate 3 middle school

5 high school

US Navy/Marine Corps
Sci Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award Top first place winner in the Computer Science Division. $200 prize.  Grades 9-12. Certificate + Cash 2 Intel Excellence in Computer Science Award
Sci Yale Science and Engineering Association Outstanding engineering project.  Grade 11. Certificate + Medal 1 Yale Science and Engineering Association
Sci National Oceanographic Atmospheric Association (NOAA) Award Outstanding project concerning Oceanic Resources. Grades 7 – 12. Certificate 2 National Oceanographic Atmospheric Association (NOAA)
Art and Sci  Mastodon State Historic Site Winner Display Art and Science projects are selected for display at the Mastodon State Historic Site Museum in March and April. Grades K-12. Gallery Showing 20 Mastodon State Historic Site
Art Viking Room Art Show Outstanding art projects are selected for display in the Viking Room Art Gallery at Jefferson College, Hillsboro. Grades K-12. Gallery Showing 48 Jefferson College
Art Laumeier Sculpture Park Award Outstanding art projects are selected by donor to receive one week at Laumeier Sculpture Park art camp. Grades 4-8. Gift Certificate 1 Laumeier Sculpture Park
Art and Sci Weally Wacky Awards Two gift certificates for a free play session at Wacky Warriors Paintball to one art and one science project project that was a wacky or creative idea.  Grades K-8. Gift Certificate 2 Wacky Warriors Paintball
Art or Sci Inquisitive Mind Award Inquisitive Mind Award – Discovery Toy gift to the best project inspired by reading.  Grades K-3. Item Provided by Donor 1 The Baker Family
Sci US Army Awards US Army commemorative items for students. Grades 9-12. Item Provided by Donor 5 US ARMY
Art or Sci Best In Show Best overall project voted by the Fair Week Volunteers.  Includes a round-trip limousine ride to a St. Louis attraction with admission stipend for winner(s) and 1 adult.  Grades K-12. Limo Ride 1 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Sci  Sustainability Challenge Award – Individual Student iPod Nano to the best project about sustainability and/or energy conservation.  Grades K-12 (Individual only, no Team or Class projects). PDA 1 Jake Hertenstein
Sci Sustainability Challenge Award – Teacher iPod Nano to the teacher of the winner of the Sustainability Challenge Award – Individual. PDA 1 Carl & Jeanne Deutsch Foundation
Art or Sci Outstanding Teacher Recognition A plaque presented to an outstanding teacher who incorporates Mastodon Fair into their curriculum. Plaque 1 Mastodon Fair
Sci  R. K. Kirkpatrick Memorial Award $25 prize for best science project in medical sciences.  Grades K-12. Cash 1 Vera & Buz McCullough
Art  Artsy Pants Summer Art Camp Awards One week of art camp at Artsy Pants Summer Art Camp of their choice.  Grades K-12. Registration Fee 6 Sonja Ecton
Sci  Decker’s Income Tax Service Award Outstanding Science Projects for students from Athena or DeSoto schools. Winner receives a $100 Savings Bond.  Grades K-12. Savings Bond 2 Decker’s Income Tax Service
Art or Sci Emily Larsen Stoll Memorial Award  Emily Larsen Stoll Memorial Award recipient wins a $50 Savings Bond.  Grades K-12. Savings Bond 1 Mr. & Mrs. Steve Stoll
Sci  Future Scientist Award The student who shows the most promise for becoming a future scientist receives a $50 Savings Bond.  Grades K-12. Savings Bond 1 Jill Malcom
Art or Sci Myrtle Reasons Memorial Award The student with the art or science project that reflects the characteristics of our friend Myrtle, receives a $50 Savings Bond.  Grades K-12. Savings Bond 1 Jill Malcom
Art and Sci Sam Wyman Memorial Award Recipient is awarded a $50 Savings Bond. Two outstanding 7th or 8th grade students are chosen – one in Science and one in Art.  Grades 7-8. Savings Bond 2 Juanita Wyman
Art Art Scholarship – 1st Place  $1,000 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice.  Grades 9-12. Scholarship 1 Holcim
Art Art Scholarship – 2nd Place $500 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice.  Grades 9-12. Scholarship 1 Sylvia & Phillip Rowe
Art Art Scholarship – 3rd Place  $300 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice.  Grades 9-12. Scholarship 1 Arnold Rotary Club
Art  Art Scholarship – 4th Place – Jason Ward Rowe Memorial The Jason Ward Rowe Memorial Award recipient is awarded a $100 scholarship to a post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Grades 9-12. Scholarship 1 Sylvia & Phillip Rowe
Art Art Scholarship – 5th Place $75 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Arnold Rotary Club
Art and Sci  Jefferson College Scholarship $250 Scholarship to Jefferson College – one for Art and one for Science. Scholarship 2 Jefferson College Foundation
Sci Science Scholarship – 1st Place $1000 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Monsanto Company
Sci  Science Scholarship – 2nd Place $500 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Monsanto Company
Sci Science Scholarship – 3rd Place $300 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Monsanto Company
Sci Science Scholarship – 4th Place $100 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Monsanto Company
Sci Science Scholarship – 5th Place $75 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Monsanto Company
Art or Sci Govero Land Services Scholarship $1000 Scholarship to the post-secondary institution of the student’s choice. Scholarship 1 Dan Govero – Govero Land Services
Art and Sci Genius Olympiad Trip Awarded to one art project and one science project emphasizing environmental sustainability and innovation. Winners will be sponsored to attend the Genius Olympiad and compete as a representative of Mastodon Fair. All expense paid trip.  Grades 9-12. Trip 2 Genius Olympiad
Art Art Division Award – Painting Trophy for the highest scoring project in each division of Painting. 1 per Grades 9-10. 1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Arnold Rotary Club
Art Art Division Awards – 3-D Art Trophy for the highest scoring project in 3-Dimensional Art. 1 per Grades 9-10, 1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Price Acreage –  John Price
Art Art Division Award –  Art Animation Trophy for the highest scoring project in each division of Art Animation. 1 per Grades 9-10, 1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Arnold Rotary Club
Art  Art Division Award –            Digital Art Trophy for the highest scoring project in each division of Digital Art. 1 per Grades 9-10. 1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Arnold Rotary Club
Art Art Division Awards –       Drawing Trophy for the highest scoring projects in each division of Drawing. 1 per Grades 9-10. 1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Jennifer Price
Art Art Division Awards – Photography Trophy for the highest scoring project in each division of Photography. 1 per Grades 9-10.  1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Carol Schanz
Art Art Division Awards –  K – 8 Trophy for the highest scoring projects in each division of K-8.  1 per Grade K.  1 per Grades 1-2.  1 per Grades 3-4. 1 per Grades 5-6.  1 per Grades 7-8. Trophy 5 Carol Schanz
Art or Sci Flying Eagle Group Project Trophy for most outstanding group project.  Grades K-12. Trophy 1 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Art or Sci  Flying Eagle Individual Project Trophy for most outstanding individual project.  Grades K-12. Trophy 1 Mangelsdorf Family & Home Service Oil
Sci Science Division Awards –   K-8 Division Trophy for the highest scoring projects in each division of K-8.  1 per Grade K.  1 per Grades 1-2.  1 per Grades 3-4. 1 per Grades 5-6.  1 per Grades 7-8. Trophy 5
Sci  Science Division Awards –   High School Division Trophy for the highest scoring projects in each division.  1 per Grades 9-10.  1 per Grades 11-12. Trophy 2 Ken & Sue Liuthle
Art and Sci  Sponsor’s Choice Award Outstanding projects chosen by the sponsors Trophy 4
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