The science instructors at Chambers Academy recently hosted the school’s annual science fair. In all, 106 students in the 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th and 12th grades submitted a science fair project. Graduate students from Auburn University volunteered to conduct the judging of this year’s projects. This year’s science fair was a huge success hosted on Wednesday, December 11th. The following students earned ribbons as award level entries in their categories:
Elementary Physical Science
1st- William Lashley – Which is a Better Battery? Lemon or Lime
2nd- Halle Hurst- AA Alkaline Batteries: Brand Name or Generic
3rd- Landon Hand- Which Bat Hits the furthest?
Elementary Biological Science
1st- Abigail Bonds- Which Places Has the Most Germs?
2nd- Ty Hendricks- Which Cereal Has the Most Iron?
3rd- Kent Nelson- Penny Wash
Middle School Physical Science
1st- Levi Hill- Electromagnetic Train
2nd- Kelsey Harmon- Why Do Apples Turn Brown
3rd- Allyson Noles – What Paper Towels Absorb More Wate
Middle School Biological Science
1st- Lexi Brown- Cook Me Tender
2nd- Abby Cain- Is a Horse’s Stride Length Affected by its Shoulder
3rd- Abi Brooks- Do Sugary Drinks Affect Plant Growth
High School Physical Science
1st- Zach Bylsma- Magnetic Induction
2nd- Mattie Reese- Wind Power
3rd- Cody Donner- Hydraulic Powered Robot Arm
High School Biological Science
1st- Audra Slay- Vaping
2nd- Joanne Landrum- Music vs. Personality
3rd- Rebecca Howard- Visual Memory vs. Auditory Memory
These school wide winners will advance to the district science fair competition in January. Thanks for sharing this with our local community!