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Triton Elementary School holds annual science fair

March 16, 2014

Photo provided The top five overall best scorers from Triton Elementary School’s science fair include Trenton Barnhart, far left; Macclain Middaugh, far right; Jared Bules, Gavin Greer, and Austin Weissert.

BOURBON — The Triton Elementary School science department hosted its annual science fair at 9:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 21 in the elementary gym.
There were four medals given for the top four overall best scores. The following students will continue to present their research at regional level science fair competitions held at Notre Dame on March 22: Jared Bules, sixth grade; Gavin Greer, sixth grade; Macclain Middaugh, fourth grade; Trenton Barnhart, fifth grade; and Austin Weissert (honorable mention), fourth grade.
The top 15 places at all grade levels were recognized with a science medal. They are as follows:
Fourth grade: Austin Weissert, Connor Large, Hannah Hooley, Brylon Wareham
Fifth grade: Jaela Faulkner, Katie Hochstedler, Breighton Treesh
Sixth grade: Clarissa Gonzalez, Madison Sauer, Russel Reichard, Cailtyn Inhen, Whytnie Miller.
More than 70 students from fourth through sixth grades have been working since November preparing their projects. Students have worked under the supervision of their homeroom teachers to develop inquiry-based, original research experiments.
The students presented the outcome of their research at the science fair.
Students’ projects were evaluated by Bethel College education students to appraise the student work. Students were allotted 10 minutes to present the highlights of their research to a judge who scored them on the merits of the work based on a 100-point scale.

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