Four Wewahitchka Jr./Sr. High School students came award with awards following the recent Three Rivers Regional Science and Engineering Fair in Panama City.
Juniors Cordale Green, Cheslee Williamsson and McKenna Waters were joined by sophomore Cody Mills.
Green, Williamson and Mills each won a U.S. Air Force Award and Waters won an Award for Excellence in Health from Olive Leaves, which carried a $25 prize.
Green was entered in the Engineering category and designed and constructed a flying vehicle of the future.
In addition to the Air Force award, he won honorable mention in the Physical Sciences Category, a Yale Science and Engineering Association Award, Certificate of Recognition for the Most Outstanding Exhibit from American Society of Metals (ASM) Materials Education Foundation, Certificate of Accomplishment for Demonstrating Understanding of Unmanned Systems from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and a $15 iTunes card.
Green has been invited to the state competition in Lakeland in early April, the second consecutive year he has earned a trip to state.
Williamson was also entered in the Engineering category, testing the strength and efficiency of different types of bracings.
McKenna Waters entered in the Medicine and Health category, exploring the theory of chocolate increasing memory function.
And, Mills was entered in the Physics category, testing the best type of birdshot that holds a tight pattern.