Fletcher Elementary Science Fair Boasts Over 50 Projects

Image by JPS shows science fair winners: Front row overall winners: Camryn Storms (1st), Paul Cunningham (2nd) and Nilla Ecklof (3rd) Row 2: Sophia Robbins and Carley Daniels (winners of microscopes), Francesca Guarneiri (1st place, Grades K/1), Marcia McIntyre (2nd place Grade 2), Bladen Ence (2nd place, Grades K/1), Deacon Gould (3rd place, Grades K/1) Row 3: Tirzah Avery (2nd place Grades 3/4), Andrew Smith-Calanni (1st place, Grade 2) , Rachel Hobbs (3rd place, Grades 3/4), Wyatt Olmstead (1st place, Grades 3/4), Mary Indriolo (Grade 2 teacher and Science Fair coordinator) Missing from photo: Natalie David (3rd place, Grade 2)

JAMESTOWN-Students from Kindergarten through fourth grade recently created innovative science projects on topics ranging from tooth decay, gummy bear growth in water and how cotton becomes a shirt.

Jamestown Public Schools Communications Coordinator Cathy Panebianco told WNYNewsNow the fair was part of Fletcher’s Family Engagement Plan, (FACE), which is designed to strengthen engagement through science, literacy, math and art.

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