Joshua Brown and Owen Block win the Best in Fair Award for Grades 6/7 at the Centennial Christian School science fair.

Students awarded at science fair in Terrace B.C.

Grades 4/5 and Grades 6/7 show off their knowledge in a variety of projects at Centennial Christian School

Centennial Christian School awarded the best at its annual science fair earlier this month.

The students who took part were those in Grades 4/5 or Grades 6/7 with winners chosen in those age groups.

Projects covered a variety of topics, including Perpetual Motion, Fruit Power, Flexibility, Tennis Balls Bouncing, and What Holds the Heat to name a few.

The Creativity Award was scored by Tristan Colborne (Grade 4/5), and Elijah Bowen and Curtis Monsen (Grade 6/7).

The People’s Choice Award went to Julio Trigo (Grade 4/5), and Jonas Struyk and Ben Mantel (Grade 6/7).

The Most Knowledgeable Presentation Award was won by Aman Phangura and Nagel Labrador (Grade 4/5) and Emma Lindsay (Grade 4/5) and Gabe Penner (Grade 6/7).

The Best in Fair Award was awarded to Elijah Mahil (Grade 4/5), and Owen Block and Joshua Brown (Grade 6/7).

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