Top students win at science fair

THE NORTHWEST Science and Innovation Society (NSIS) awarded the top students in its annual Terrace science fair with new awards

GRADE 7 Uplands students Sarah Jepsen and Megan Bellamy won silver for Grade 6

THE NORTHWEST Science and Innovation Society (NSIS) awarded the top students in its annual science fair with new awards and a few projects won more than one award.

Sophia Zanardo and Holly Trent won Best in Fair, the new Sustainability Award and Gold in the Grade 6 and 7 age group for “Bananas for Biofuels.”

Grade 5 Veritas student Elizabeth Sullivan won the new Innovation Award, the new Entrepreneur Award and gold for Grades 4 and 5 for “Wash Up.”

Grade 2 Veritas student Ariadna Sullivan  won the new Special Effort Award and gold in the Grade 2 and 3 age group for “My Musical Growing Plant.”

Grade 1 Uplands student Joey Pouladi won gold in the kindergarten to Grade 1 category for “How Long Batteries Last.” Grade 1 Veritas students Mark Pietralla and Matthew McDicken won silver for “Should I Wash My Hands.”

Grade 1 Veritas student Finn Ignas won bronze for “Shiny Pennies.”

Grade 2 Gitsegukla students Cassidy Johnson and Katherine Scow won silver for “Colourful Milk.”

Grade 3 Gitsegukla students Tillie Sampare and Chloe White won bronze for “Bubbles.”

Grade 5 Centennial student Owen Block won silver for “Wonders of Static Electricity.” Grade 4 Centennial student Connor Block won bronze for “What is Cancer?”

Grade 7 Uplands students Sarah Jepsen and Megan Bellamy won silver for “The Lemon Battery.”

Grade 7 Uplands students Lexi Schinde and Jordan Scott won bronze for “Electricity.”

Grade 5 Suwilaawks student Tyler Henry won the new Environmental Awareness Award for “Oil Spills.”

Grade 7 Uplands student Shayle Prins won the new Einstein Award for “Centrifugal Force.”

Grade 1 Veritas student Toni Sorensen won the new Engineering Award for “Scribbler Robots.”

Grade 6 Suwilaawks students Mikayla Haveman and Jailene Lyons won the new Healthy Lifestyle Award for “What Drinking Water is Best.”

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