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St. Paul students awarded for science fair projects

BY Staff Reports - ctreport@indy.rr.com

St. Paul Catholic School recently held a science fair. Marion students in preschool through third grade conducted group classroom projects, while students in grades fourth through sixth had their own personal experiments and were judged on an individual basis.

At the fourth grade level, Nyla Hubbart won first place with her experiment “Is the 5 Second Rule True or False?” In second place was Drew Combs, with his experiment “Bouncing Balls on Different Surfaces,” and in third place was Marc Caritos with the experiment “Fun Powered Cars.”

Fifth grader Abigail Ndow came in first at her grade level with the experiment “Minty Fresh.” Emersyn Goins came in second with “The Beat of My Heart,” and in third place was Addison McKinney with the experiment “What Liquid Best Prevents a Sliced Apple from Turning Brown?”

At the sixth grade level, Kiera Reynolds won first place with her experiment “Do Siblings Have Similar Fingerprints?” Coming in second was Evan Miller with his experiment “Chemical Chameleon,” and in third place was Stephanie Treto with “What Stains Your Teeth the Most: Coffee or Tea?”

The top three winners in grades fourth through sixth will advance onto the East Central Indiana Science Fair being held at Ball State University on Saturday, Feb. 17.