Sat. Jun 22nd, 2024
Exploring Fish, Chicks, and Wind Turbines at Meadow’s Science Fair

The Science Fair at Meadow Montessori School has been a tradition for over 30 years. This year, seventeen students from the school participated in the event and received ribbons for their projects. The school takes pride in being the only one in the county to host a school-wide science fair.

Each student presented their project to the class before displaying it for the entire school. Judges reviewed each project and awarded prizes to the top three in five different age groupings. The judges for this year’s science fair were Sarah Howard, Cale Piedmonte-Lang, Stephanie Slat, and Frank Tryrbon.

Meg Fedorowicz, the Science Fair coordinator, emphasized the importance of the event as a celebration of learning. She highlighted the scientific method as a valuable tool for critical thinking, which is a key aspect of the education provided at Meadow Montessori.

The diversity of topics and effort put into each project was evident in the results. Kindergarteners studied the life cycle of a fish while seventh and eighth graders compared foundation and skin tone. Students from various grade levels received ribbons for their impressive projects, showcasing their dedication to learning.

By Aiden Nguyen

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