Science fair awards best student projects

Best in Fair and the gold medal for Grades 6-7 went to Megan Geeraert and Kalea Raposo for their project Acid Rain.

A VARIETY of projects topped the Northern Science and Innovation Society Science Fair.

Best in Fair and the gold medal for Grades 6-7 went to Megan Geeraert and Kalea Raposo for their project Acid Rain.

Owen Block won gold for Grades 4-5 for Science of Survival. Silver went to Mia and Kiarra for Apple of My Eye.

Sydney Webb won bronze for Egg Credible Crack and Scramble.

Honourable mention for Grades 4-5 went to Nolan Knox for Hampsters.

Gold for Grades 2-3 went to Joey Pouladi for Tricking Your Tastebuds.

Silver was won by A. Sullivan and Ben Franco for Fruit and Veggie Powered Calculator. A bronze medal went to Finn Ignas for Battery Cents. Honourable mention went to Bryn Wolfe for Solar System.

Gold in K-Grade 1 went to Emily Pouladi for Is my Dog Smarter than my Brother? Silver went to Jamie Casey for Electricity – the Power Maker. Next up is The Pacific Northwest Regional Science Fair at NWCC April 5 and 6.

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