Student scientists display work at Boulevard Science Fair

The Boulevard Elementary School held its annual Science Fair Wednesday, March 27 showing off student research on topics ranging from plant life and tornadoes to the symbiotic relationship between predators and prey. 

Sponsored by the PTA, nearly 40 student exhibits from third, fourth and fifth graders were on display for a large crowd of family, friends and the school community. Prizes were awarded for individual and group entries, and every participant received a certificate and a pencil.

Adviser Lauren Hemstreet noted this year that the judges had a difficult time selecting prize winners as so many fantastic entries were on display.

The prize winners are:

A student stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
First prize for an individual entry went to third grader Miranda Dubray. Her exhibit dealt with growing watermelons with different amounts of liquid.
A student stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
Second place in the individual category went to fourth grader Cole Williams. His project explored predators and prey.
A student stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
Third place in the individual category went to fifth grader Allee Yennard for her tornado experiment.
Two students stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
First place in the group category went to fifth graders Annabelle Case and Eveyln Clo for their floating stick figure experiment.
Two students stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
Second place in the group category went to fifth graders Nora Meyer and Jorja Perron for their research on soil erosion.
Two students stands next to her exhibit at the science fair.
Third place in the group category went to Julia Gillis and Kendall Bouchard for their research of cleaning products.

 

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