KEYSER - Keyser Middle School eighth grade students have diligently worked on a business project since October 2017.

KEYSER - Keyser Middle School eighth grade students have diligently worked on a business project since October 2017.
This teamwork assignment,  The Lemonade Stand Project, is promoted by the West Virginia Department of Education. The projects were worked on and completed during their math classes with the help of math teachers Stacey McClintock, Kara Breedlove, and Matthew Whitacre, along with business rducation teacher Sheila Powell.
Forty-eight teams of KMS eighth graders presented their Lemonade Stand Project on Nov. 3 during the school day. The teams were narrowed down to the top 38. On Thursday, Nov. 9, the teams had a stand for the public to visit, a portfolio for viewing, lemonade, and products available for  purchasing.
The first place team, Fightin' Fibrosis…One Lemon At A Time, and the Outstanding Lemonade Stand Team Member,  E.J. Guy, will travel to Charleston on Jan. 10 with teacher chaperones Stacey McClintock and Sheila Powell to represent Mineral County.
Members of the winning team are Averi Smith, Hunter Powell, Alex Stanislawczyk and Skylar Ritchie.
They will set up their lemonade stand in the capitol and represent KMS at Mineral County Day.