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MCPSS and South Alabama join forces for regional tech fair


  • The Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) hosted the inaugural regional technology fair in partnership with the University of South Alabama.
  • Students from third through 12th grades showcased their projects in various categories like robotics, animation, and digital photography.

The MCPSS partnered with the University of South Alabama to host the first-ever regional technology fair, where students from third to 12th grades had the opportunity to showcase their technology projects. Dr. Allyson Chappell and Miranda Mosley expressed their excitement and hopes for the future of the event. Students like Carter Hale, Emmalyn and Addalyn Chappell, and Laynee Gorgan shared their enthusiasm for being part of the fair and presenting their projects in categories like robotics, animation, and digital photography.

One poignant moment came when fourth grader Keyon Mcthune, who communicates using sign language, discussed his project on ocean pollution and the urgent need to address it. The students emphasized the importance of perseverance and following their dreams, regardless of any setbacks. The fair showcased the creative talents and skills of students in the region, highlighting the importance of technology education in schools. Overall, the event was a success and the organizers hope to continue it for many years to come.

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