District Science Fair
Posted on 02/17/2017
JROTC member standing in front of his Science Fair Project125 Science Fair Projects were featured at this year's District Science Fair.  The projects were impressive.  They included The Effect of Egg Shells on Chicken Incubation Mortality, The Effect of Baking Methods on Cheesecake, and Does the CSI: Blood Spatter Analysis Really Work?

Students from all five middle schools, the two high schools, and the Roanoke Valley Governor's School competed at this year's Fair.  The top 30 high school projects and the top 10 middle school projects will now compete at the Western Virginia Regional Science Fair on Saturday, March 4 at Hollins University. 

The Grand Award high school winners from the Regional Fair will compete at the International Science Fair in Los Angeles in May.  Last year, a William Fleming High School/Roanoke Valley Governor's School student competed at the International Science Fair.

Below there are pictures from the Science Fair.  If you want to see more, check out our Facebook page

Patrick Henry student standing in front of her Science Fair ProjectWilliam Fleming High School student standing in front of his Science Fair ProjectWoodrow Wilson student showing us her Science Fair Project about cheesecakeMadison Middle school student at the Science FairTwo William Fleming students in front of their Science Fair projectPatrick Henry student standing in front of their Science Fair ProjectPatrick Henry student receiving his awardJulie Drewry putting medal around students' neckMiddle school student standing in front of his Science Fair ProjectTwo students standing in front of a Big Bang Theory cutoutJulie Drewry shaking a students' handJulie Drewry putting a medal around student's neck
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