PTA science fair successes

Congratulations to the winner of the science fair Xander Bergman. He is shown with the science fair coordinator after receiving his ribbon and $25 gift card.

The Laurel Elementary PTA hosted its annual science fair on Tuesday, Feb. 7. Nearly 40 elementary students, ranging from first to fourth graders completed projects and entered this year’s science fair. Top scoring students included John Lester, first grade, for his project “Will a Banana Ripen Faster;” from second grade Brycen Hersel for his project “Pop Rocks Balloons;” Sara Spini, third grade, for her project “A Burning Question;” and the overall winner, Xander Bergman, from the fourth grade for his project “Will Xbox Hurt My Brain.”

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