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Science Fair Results 2014
Congratulations to all students who participated in our Science Fair this year! We had 104 projects submitted. Eleven projects will advance from our school to the County Science Fair that takes place next Thursday, December 11.
We are very excited to announce this year’s first place winners!
“That’s the Way the Ball Bounces” by Mrs. Andrews’ Class
“Eggs vs. Feet” by Mrs. Walker’s Class
“What Keeps It From Browning” by Mrs. Harvey’s Orange Group
“Humpty Dumpty” by Lochlan Haddix, Frey Davis, and Omar Brower in Mrs. Troxler’s Class
“No More Rust” by Andrey Urena in Ms. Ciro’s Class
“Boom Goes the Pop” by Ian McMillian and Connor Redding in Ms. Ciro’s Class
“Which Type of Track is Fastest” by Colton Bredenberg in Mrs. Troxler’s Class
“Buzzing for Bee Food” by Calvin Conroy and Cabot Priddle in Ms. Villalobos’ Class
“Fly, Paper, Fly” by Buck Thornton and Maggie Thornton in Ms. Villalobos’ Class
“Sunny Solution” by Teigan Hayhurst and Dylan Philipps in Mr. Urena’s Class
“Music or Nah?” by Kennedy Poston and Destinee Ledwell in Mr. Urena’s Class
We have 4 projects from our EC Division that will also be advancing to the County Science Fair!
From Mrs. Malboeuf’s Class:
“Potion Power” by Braylon, Ashley, Cristina, Jon, and Haden
“The Need for Speed” by Juan and Raphael
“My Weather Machine Works” by Alex
From Mrs. Canipe’s Class:
“A Rainbow Density” by Dennis, Enyi, Alexis, Giovanni, Noe, Jessica, Chris
Again, CONGRATULATIONS to all of our Science Fair Participants and Winners!
Cards for the Troops!
Check out the hard work and creativity that our students in Ms. Townsend's Art class have put into writing thoughtful letters and designing cards for our US soldiers overseas! This week, SCE will be mailing over 150 of them to the "Letters for Soldiers Club" to be forwarded along as a form of encouragement to those service men and women that will be stationed away from home over the holidays."
At SCE, even carpool is an opportunity to read!
Molly Upchurch, curriculum coach, reads to (l-r) Bryan Ponce Arellano, Pavel Hernandez Cruz, and Zurisaddai Tomas-Cabanas.