Scientists of the future show off their skills at Granby Elementary science fair
Granby Elementary Science Fair winning projects:
First - Peyton Fosha - Don’t let the Ice Melt
Second - Harper Hagan - Electroplating
Third - Jocelyn Robinson - Growing Crystals & Jacob Trail - Safest Ball
Fourth - Emmylou Johnson - Banana Experiment
Fifth - Barrett Acker - Does Yogurt Increase Egg Production
Sixth - Mitchell Fody - Lean Mean Flying Machine
Honorable mention: Mya Campbell, Aylin Rios, Natalia Ludwig
First - Walker Peterson - Bridge
Second - Edgar Rios Renteria - Spin, Spin
Third - Ethan Barr - Robot Hand
Fourth - Connor Burns - Electric Motor
Fifth - Franklin Stine - Catapult
Sixth - DJ Mitchell - Wheels
Honorable mention: Hunter Horn, Xander Dennis, Christopher Mullinex
First - Devin Brown
First: Emily Perdue - Can you hatch an egg outside of a shell?
Second - Haize Garcia - Filter Face-off
Third - Elly Kaplanis - Illness
Fourth - Triniti Williams - Plant Environments
Fifth - Wyatt Boeckers - Melting Ice
Sixth - Kaylee Hoover - Wifi Good or Bad
Honorable Mention: Joslynn Sanders, Haley Miller, Elliot Rohl
First - Jackson Salyards - Trash Goblin
Second- Cruze Hanson - Pet Pad
Third - Eli Boomer - Geothermal
Fourth - Blaire Hester - Painting with Moving Eyes
Fifth - Riley Bender - Hovercraft
Sixth - Joseph Gallegos - Hockey Buzzer
Honorable Mention: Dana Bell, Carter Chamberlin
First - Luke Paugh - Black Holes
Second - Luella Hidell - Pine Beetles
Third - Sabra Forquer - The Brain
Fourth - Bennett Wilkes - Reaction Times of Olympic Athletes
Did you hear oxygen went on a date with potassium? It went OK.
So maybe the fourth- and fifth-grade students at Granby Elementary tell better science jokes, but what wasn’t a joke was the talent on display last week during the annual science fair.
Dozens of local students showed off their projects at a Tuesday morning judging session before winners were announced at a Wednesday afternoon assembly.
Sara Rector, Granby Elementary science teacher, organized the science fair, which included projects and presentations from over 90 Granby Elementary students.
The projects were initially judged by Middle Park High School students and staff, which whittled down the field to a set of 10 finalists, from both grades, in each of three separate science fair categories: engineering projects, the scientific method and research.
On Wednesday afternoon, a group of preselected community judges interviewed the student finalists and selected the top projects from both grades in each category. The winning projects were announced during a school assembly that afternoon.
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