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Students Show Off At Senior High Science Fair

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/24/2014

The annual Senior High Science Fair was held Monday evening in the high school commons, with around 70 middle school and high school students showing off their projects.

Students tested their hypothesis' over the last several weeks and were judged on subject matter, scientific research and experiment comprehension. Both individual and team projects were evaluated, including entries like; Effect of Music on Mood, Plant Growth, Sleep Deprivation and Nutrition.

Judges were made up of community members from Gorman Rupp, Richland Bank, North Central State College, Ashland University, Richland County Health Department and several Mansfield City School teachers.

Students receiving a Superior Rating will advance to the District Science Day, held Saturday, March 22 at Ashland University.

   
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