The annual NDV Science Fair took place on Friday, January 19 from 8:45 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. in the school auditorium. Students in grades 5, 6 and 7 beautifully displayed their projects following the scientific method of inquiry. The students explained their projects or answered questions during the fair.
Congratulations goes to the following students who earned top honors at last week’s NDV Science Fair:
1st Place: “Fido Look Familiar?” by Nicole K.
2nd Place: “Texting Temptation?” by Reese W.
3rd Place: “Melodic Music” by Summer J.
1st Place: “Strike a Pose” by Richmond S.
2nd Place: “Remember the Music” by Jilliyn A.
3rd Place: “Turf vs. Grass” by Luke G.
We are proud of the students’ hard work, creativity and fine accomplishment. The students will go on to compete at the San Francisco Science Fair at the Randall Museum to be held in February. Much thanks goes 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! We are proud of all of them. 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.
Thank you to the Science Fair judges
Many thanks goes to the following parents who judged NDV’s Science Fair: Mathew Spolin, Stephanie Nesmith, Tuan Nguyen, Drew Klein, Glenn Matsuhara, Meredith Wingate, Nicholai Piagentini, Michael Lehane, Damian Inglin, and Kerstin Seidel. We greatly appreciate their time and expertise.