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Scientific creativity bubbles in Boston

By Tom Dekle, Communications Director

The Boston School Science Fair, Tuesday, March 14, included 86 projects and 106 participants, with some students paired. This fair was a required activity for all sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students.  The projects fell under many categories in the life, earth and physical sciences.  

The overall winner was Brett Phelps with “Need a Boost?” Along with Brett, the top three winners for each grade were the following:

Eighth Grade
First place:  Gracie Benningfield with "Moth Trap"
Second place:  Grant Amshoff with "What's Your Type?"
Third place:  Brett Phelps with "Need a Boost?"

Seventh grade
First place:  Amber Miles with "Dreams"
Second place:  Sawyer Boone with "What Fruit Makes the Best Battery?"
Third place:  Reese Peak with "Pinocchio's Arm"

Sixth grade
First place:  Luke Phelps with "Laundry Is Loads of Fun"
Second place:  Lauren Riddell with "The Taste of Color"
Third place:  Kelcy Curtsinger and Riley Bryant with "What Bubble Gum Brand Blows the Biggest Bubble?"

Boston Science Fair Jada Nemeth, a Boston School seventh-grader, adds Alka-Seltzer to her “Coca-Cola Lava Lamp” experiment during the Boston School Science Fair, Tuesday, March 14. The fair included students in grades 6 – 8. Jada tested her hypothesis that adding heat to a mixture of Coca-Cola, vegetable oil and Alka-Seltzer would cause bubbles created by the mixture to speed up. The experiment proved her hypothesis to be correct, Jada said.





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