Port Clinton fields an Envirothon Team for first time

Apr 21, 2021 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton High School’s Envirothon Team is made up of, left to right, Grant Miller, Isaac Miller, Maddie Wiechman and Kaylie Simpson, as well as Advisor Nichole Wiechman. Not pictured is Joseph Apple.

Port Clinton High School fielded an Envirothon team for the first time in school history, and it was the only school from Ottawa County to compete this year due to it being a virtual test. Envirothon is a competition between area schools with a team of five students taking tests in the areas of wildlife, forestry, soils, aquatics, and environmental issues.

The team of Grant Miller, Isaac Miller, Joseph Apple, Kaylie Simpson and Maddie Wiechman tied for fifth place out of 27 teams, and missed qualifying for state by just 4 points. “Everyone did a great job for their first time competing,” said Nichole Wiechman, a Port Clinton High School science teacher and Envirothon Team advisor.

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