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Students compete in first science fair


The Grand Coulee Dam PTA hosted what they hope will be the first annual Lake Roosevelt Schools Science Fair last Friday at the LRHS gymnasium, where 23 students from kindergarten to seventh grade, participated.

Fourteen judges from various scientific backgrounds evaluated projects in three different grade divisions: kindergarten to second grade, third and fourth grade, and fifth through seventh grade. Participants answered judges’ questions about their projects and did demonstrations of their findings.

The winners in each grade division received first-, second- and third-place medals. First-place winners received a $25 gift card.

Winners of the kindergarten to second grade division were:

1st: Emmaline, Gideon, and Tru Piturachsatit with their project entitled “M&M’s”

2nd (tie): Wyatt Stout with his project entitled “Undersea Water Fountain” & Scarlett Sutton with her project entitle “Potato Battery”

3rd: Annika Carson with her project entitled “Drinking Candle”

Winners of the 3rd and 4th grade division were:

1st: Celeste LaPlace and Kailah Leadingham with their project entitled “Say Cheese!”

2nd: Noah Hunt with his project entitled “Crash! Can cell phones survive a drop test?”

3rd: Jaxon Krohn with his project entitled “Wobbly Art Bot”

Winners of the 5th through 7th grade division were:

1st: Showaway Hunt with his project entitled “Xploderz! Should we call the plumber?”

2nd: Lillie LaPlace with her project entitled “DNA”

3rd: Brit Egbert with his project entitle “Nothing but net”

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