NDV Science Fair

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  • January 30, 2019

We are very proud of the students’ effort, creativity and work product. The first and second place NDV winners move on to the San Francisco Science Fair held at the Randall Museum. Many thanks are extended to our middle school science teacher, Ms. Jessica Yates, for all of her work guiding the sixth and seventh grade students through the scientific method of inquiry in carrying out their projects! Thanks also goes to our fifth grade teacher, Ms. Jackie Emmerich, for preparing her students for their first Science Fair where they explored various branches of science. Congratulations goes to the following students who earned top honors at NDV Science Fair:

7TH GRADE
1st Place: Jilliyn A. “Pretty Packaging”
2nd Place: Antonia M. “Anchors Away”
3rd Place: Luke G. “Rotten Sweet Tooth”

Honorable Mention (invited to participate in Girls in Science competition at Mercy High)
Alexandra Brinkman “Storing Strawberries”
Ella K. “Fond of Fonts”
Isabella K. “The Craze of a Maze”
Ella S. “Stop, Roll, Go, Oh No!”

6TH GRADE
1st Place: Leah W. “What Time of Day Will Give You an A?”
2nd Place: Jaden O. “Dubble Bubble”
3rd Place: Griffin L. “Hydroponic vs Soil”

Honorable Mention (invited to participate in Girls in Science competition at Mercy High)
Brooke H. “Chirping to the Beat”
Mila K. “Tomato Tricks”
Sienna P. “Bunny Bops and Behavior”
Caroline S. “Will Your Color Preference Last a Lifetime?”

Many thanks goes to the following parents who judged NDV’s Science Fair: Mathew Spolin, Dylan Easley, Eli Groban, Aras Mattis, David Kane, Kevin Schaaf, Stephanie Nesmith and Kate Wick. We greatly appreciate their time and expertise.