Science fairs provide students an opportunity to apply science and engineering practices that real scientists and engineers use every day to solve problems and answer big questions. One of the most significant benefits of a science fair is that students discover that they can learn exciting things on their own through investigating and experimenting. With that understanding, science fairs are practical and relevant.
- We had 53 students participate
- 43 projects in total
- Students have been preparing projects for three months.
- Participation in the Science Fair is one of many requirements needed to earn the Golden Bee Award.
- Eleven Students will be moving on to participate in the Nebo STEM Fair in February.
- Our Finalists are:
- Ruby Bishop - 1st Place
- Christian Oldham - 2nd Place
- Mackenzie Broadbent - 3rd Place
- Hudson Troyer - Honorable Mention
- Madeline Harper & Maliha Jacobson - Honorable Mention
- Makayla Mower - Honorable Mention
- Gus Niepraschk - Honorable Mention
- Jade Burton - Honorable Mention
- Jordyn Sevy - Honorable Mention
- Linkin Hiatt - Honorable Mention
And a huge shoutout to Mr. Broadbent for running the science fair this year! He really does inspire our Park View Bees to be scientist.