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Science Fair @ SSES!
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Thursday, February 16, 2017
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Stewart Street Elementary held its annual Science Fair on Thursday, February 09, 2017. Twenty-one students proudly represented grades three through five, as their projects were judge to compete school-wide. Problems the young scientist investigated included: “Pineapple Enzymes”; “Does ice melt fastest in water, sand or sugar?” and “What is the quickest method to cool a canned drink?” just to name a few.

After explaining the steps of the scientific methods used to test their hypothesis, the judges’ scores confirmed Taylar Knight and Aniyah Key as 1st place and 2nd place overall winners, respectively. In the category Physical Science E, 1st through 4th place winners are: Rayven Lee, Craig Sailor, D’Mayah Lewis, and Iyana Young, in that order.  1st through 3rd place winners in the Physical Science 1 category are: Sarai McKay, Joshua Smith, and Danasia Dixon. Physical Science 10 winners, 1st through 3rd place are: Aniyah Key, MaKayla Brown, and Tiyon Collins. The 1st through 4th place winners awarded in the Physical Science 100 category were: De’Shawn Davis, Noah Murphy, Heber Lopez, and Julius Taylor. In the category Physical Science 1000 1st through 3rd place winners are: Terria Bullock, Darryl Culver, and Shamiah McCloud, in that order. Last but not least, in the Physical Science 10000 category, Taylar Knight, Serenity McKay, Dustin Bouie, and Jordan Walker were confirmed 1st-4th place winners, in that order. These winners demonstrated their commitment to innovation in tackling challenging scientific questions, using authentic research practices, and creating solutions to the problems of tomorrow.

Additionally, Ms. Pruitt, Science Fair Coordinator, would like to acknowledge Mr. Donald Woods, Mrs. Glenda Shaw, Mr. Wilbert Washington, and Ms. Gwendolyn Warren, as judges for the fair. Stewart Street Elementary would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to you for all of the support and dedication that you have shown to our students.  In keeping with the school’s motto: “Where Children and Learning Come First”, the Mighty Mustangs thank you for supporting our educational endeavors, as we engage students in memorable learning experiences!


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