Jefferson Elementary Hosts First Science Fair
June 26, 2012
Port Angeles, Wash. - Jefferson Elementary fifth and sixth grade students had fun showing off their school science projects for other students, staff and parents before summer break at the school's first science fair.
Topics titles ranged from Blue Suction (measuring whether flowers or celery retained the most blue dye), Airplane in the Sky (seeing which plane flew the farthest – one made of foil, printer paper or construction paper), How Do Worms Affect Plants (the advantages), and That is Kind of Boney (observing whether white grape juice or PowerAde affected the breakdown of chicken bones).
An accompanying photo shows Jefferson Elementary fifth grade students Zoe Merrill and Alissa Baker as they stand in front of their exhibit titled Blue Suction. They are students in teacher Theresa Schmid’s classroom.
For more information, contact:
Community Relations Specialist
Port Angeles School District