Fort Washington held it's annual Science Fair on January 17th. It was a great turnout with over 80 projects. All students receieved a Certificate of Participation. The top ten projects were awarded a ribbon and medal. These projects advanced to the Clovis West Science Fair, held on February 13th. Here are the results:
6th Grader - Danika - 1st Place medal and a Most Relevant Special Award was 6th Grader
5th Grader - Jerry - 2nd Place medal and Honorable Mention
5th Grader - Matin - People's Coice Special Award and Honorable Mention
5th Graders - Team - Rocco and Elijah - Most Resourceful Special Award and Honorable Mention
5th Grader - Cade - Honorable Mention
5th Grader - Peyton - Honorable Mention
5th Grader Allison - Honorable Mention
5th Grader Blake - Honorable Mention
5th Grader - Madeleine - Honorable Mention
5th Grader - Soseh -Honorable Mention
Congratulations to all of these Science Fair Participants! If you would like more information about Science Fair, please contact Jennifer Puentes at email@example.com or call (559)327-6600.
Top Ten Projects from FW that advanced to the Clovis West Area Science Fair:
Does Swinging a Golf Club Faster Make a Golf Ball Travel Faster?
Can Plants Stop Soil Erosion?
What Materials Can Block a WIFI Signal?
A Taste Experiment of Cookies in Fancy vs. Ordinary Packaging.
The Fruit Battery
Which Nail Polish Will Last the Longest?
CSI Chemistry: The Kastle-Meyer Test
Organically vs. Conventionally Grown Produce
Color vs Angle
Can a Pizza Box Make Water Clean?