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Salmon River Middle School 2018 Science Fair


Salmon River Middle School Local Science Fair Winners Grade 6: back row from left, are Ivy Rockwell, Bram Herne, Isaac White, Bryce Montour, Kakwenies Mitchell, and Emma Herne. Middle row from left, are Karter Lyons, Kahontiio Lazore, Cruz Gibson, Jacob Hopseker, Arianna Oakes-Crowley, Cecilia Cree, Kenadie Garrow, and Ieniente Tabor. Front row from left, are Blake Montgomery, Carter Johnston, Jacob Mayer, Quentin Thompson, Aleska Mora-Williams, Danielle Benway, Hayley Robinson, and Mataya Arquette. Missing from the photo are Arianna Guadalpe, Rhianne Rushing, and Kaylynn Leaf.

On December 21st, over 200 middle school students at Salmon River participated in their annual Science Fair. 108 sixth graders, 108 seventh graders, and 6 eighth graders spent weeks preparing for the big event; from choosing a topic that allows the student to do an experiment to answer a question, creating a hypotheses, collecting materials, performing your experiment, to presenting your science project to judges, students followed steps to ensure a conclusion could be drawn.

The students alone, receiving only encouragement and guidance through the scientific process, did their own experimenting, collecting of data and preparing the charts and displays for their presentation.

Salmon River Middle School Local Science Fair Winners Grade 7: back row from left, are Riley Thomas, Kahentaienni Thompson, Ethan Seymour, Kade Cook, Carey Terrance, Aidan Smiddy, Mitchell Lindley, Jacob Oliver, and Luke Miller. Middle row from left, are Tehonietathe Sharrow, Tehokwirathe Barreiro, Brian Russell, Caiden Cartier, Matthew Gray, Trysen Sunday, Skyla Ransom, and Avery Capton. Front row from left, are Kawisenhawi Sharrow, Tehoronhiathe, Evan Collette, Chase Lewis, Ryan Oakes, Nya Barnes, Wyatt Benedict, and Phoenix Thomas.


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