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FW Science Fair 2019: Top Ten Projects Advancing to Clovis West Area Science Fair


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 will advance to the Clovis West Area Science Fair which takes place on Wednesday, February 13th in the Clovis West MPR. Viewing is from 5:15-6:00pm.  Please come by and see all these great projects. Please check back for an update of winners after the Clovis West Area Science Fair.
 
 Top Ten Projects Advancing to the Clovis West Area Science Fair:

Individual

Cade

Does Swinging a Golf Club Faster Make a Golf Ball Travel Faster?

Individual

Danika

Can Plants Stop Soil Erosion?

Individual

Matin

What Materials Can Block a WIFI Signal?

Individual

Soseh

A Taste Experiment of Cookies in Fancy vs. Ordinary Packaging.

Individual

Peyton

The Fruit Battery

Individual

Allison

Which Nail Polish Will Last the Longest?

Individual

Blake

CSI Chemistry: The Kastle-Meyer Test

Individual

Jerry

Organically vs. Conventionally Grown Produce

Individual

Madeleine

Color vs Angle

Team

Rocco; Elijah

Can a Pizza Box Make Water Clean?

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