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Monticello Elementary Science Fair is impressive

Monticello Elementary Science Fair is impressive

Science Fair

Kylie Rose checked out her display on Chemical Reaction In Action

Science Fair

Kaitlyn West demonstrated her Lemon Battery experiment. Her hypothesis was correct since the 5 lemons transferred energy and lit up. 

Science Fair

Kynslie Crabtree demonstrated the best way to keep cut flowers looking fresh.

She found that Gatorade was the best way to keep them fresh and perky. Science Fair

Science fair participants

Science Fair

Middle School Science Teacher William Allison checked out Abagail Heatherly's Electro-Magnet Booth.

She proved that magnets would attract metal items.

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Science fair exhibitors enjoyed sharing their displays with their peers 

Science Fair

Brody Ballou showed off his Tornado in a Bottle procedure 

Science Fair

Jayden Sullivan shared his fertilizer experiment

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Madisyn Spurlock, Allison Huffer, Olivia Hall, Sidney Vaughn, Alysia Hall

Science Fair

Hard Rock experiment by John Brown

Science Fair

Erosion experiment by Brayden Koontz

Science Fair

Monticello Elementary Assistant Principal Mitchell Gregory checks out the displays

Science Fair

Bacteria demonstration conducted by Israel Martinez 

Science Fair

Zach Foster collected data to see which water temperature would break down skittles the fastest

Science Fair

Strong Wood by Juliette Allison

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Students were happy to share their experiments

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The Egg Soak Eggsperiment by Julian Chinas and Braxton Frost (not pictured) 

Science Fair

Ian Tucker high fived Cooper Gehring as he toured the science fair

Science Fair

Curriculum Coordinator Panesia Humble looked at Brice Laferes' data at his booth -What Diet Soda reacts to the most with Mentos?-

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Chloe Haggard with her Popcorn Display proving Act 2 Microwave Popcorn popped the best, while Ava Atkinson's Elephant Toothpaste booth showed that the Palmolive dish soap and the yeast powder made the best Elephant Toothpaste proving her hypothesis correct. 

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Mckenzie Guffey and Alondra Palma Lopez showed off their displays

Science Fair

Carly McFarland discussed the results of their experiments with classmates 

Science Fair

(r-l:) Addilyn Campbell explained her Rainbow Skittles experiment to Jocee Gregory

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Tyler Bates String Phone Project with Jackson Richenback

Awards Ceremony

Students called down to floor for winning Science Fair

Sydney Humble called down on the floor to join the Science Fair winners

Some of the Science Fair winners announced

Homeroom representatives (l-r:) Deandre Gibson, Madison Spurlock, Moriah Adkins, and Channa Bell with their terrarium gifts 

Science Fair

4th Grade Science Fair Winners

Front row (l-r): Jaydon Martin, Mikel Morrow, Karly Piercy
Back Row (l-r) Kayleigh Lawson, Moriah Adkins, Amelia Adkins, Raheem Quijano

Science Fair Winners

4th Grade Science Winners

(l-r) Front Row: Collin Ramsey, Deandre Gibson, Sydney Humble.
Second Row (l-r): Madison Spurlock, Juliette Addison, Lynnzie Bell
Back Row: Hunter Weidemann, Braydon Koontz

 

 

 

 





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