CAMERADO SPRINGS Middle School sixth graders, left to right, Jake Penman, Isabella Stone, Delaney Lardie and Brandon Bartosh show a prototype of a device to recycle water that won them a first place in a recent regional competition, called eCYBERMission. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins


Camerado students solve problems

By From page B2 | May 26, 2014

Four sixth-graders at Camerado Springs Middle School in Cameron Park have a nice chunk of change from their science project that took a first-place award in a recent regional competition, called eCYBERMission. But more importantly, the entire classroom of teacher Austin Smith learned valuable lessons about water conservation and the rich reward of lifelong knowledge about how to help the environment of the planet we call home.

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