Decker Lake kids explore science

Students at Decker Lake Elementary School present their projects for the science fair on Feb. 7. A total of 42 projects were displayed in the school gym made by students in Grades 4-7. The endeavours touched on scientific concepts ranging from robotics to biology to aerodynamics. Others were slimy, glittery and even edible. In the Grade 4 demonstration category Alex Havig was the winner; and in the experimental category Abby Harder and Jay Green won first and second places, and Alex Bell and Nicole Magel jointly won third place. For the Grade 5 demonstration category Adam Franz won first place; and in the experimental slot Caiomi Benoit won first place, with Alyssa Wall and Zoey Danyliuk, and Ava Miller and Kayley Traxler respectively winning the joint second and third spots. For Grade 6 experimental Ryliegh Benson won first place, Carys Griffin and Sage Rollert second, and Olivia Toews and Tessa Green third. For Grade 7 experimental Aurora Lea won first place, Haley Dell second, and Megan Harder and Jadyn Varga jointly taking third place. (Blair McBride photos)

 

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