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Power of Young Minds Unleashed at SCDSB's Annual Science Fair

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Rossella Bagnato, Interim Director of Education for the Sudbury Catholic District School Board chats with Cortnie Pinard and Maddie Dempster, Grade 7 students at St. Raphael Catholic School on the unique qualities of their feline friends; Catina, Pebbles and Tanzy!

March 14, 2007 - Rossella Bagnato, Interim Director of Education for the Sudbury Catholic District School Board visited St. Francis Catholic School on Thursday to view a number of interesting and unique projects at the Board’s annual Science Fair.


Mrs. Bagnato reviewed Cortnie Pinard's and Maddie Dempster's Science Fair Project, In A Cat's Eye. The purpose of the project was to determine "why cats pupils change and what effect, if any, does this change have on their vision." The girls' hypothesis was that "the beams of light are directed into the cat's eyes and change the size of the pupils." The young scientists also informed Mrs. Bagnato that cats can see 90 percent better than humans can in the dark and they can also see in colour, except red.


Zachary Sarmatiuk, a Grade 7 student at St. Francis Catholic School made a presentation to Vice Principal Cassandra MacGregor and Rossella Bagnato regarding the effect of "winglets on airplanes." The purpose of Zachary’s experiment was to determine if the "winglets" placed on tips of the wings of three different paper airplanes (at various angles) would increase the length of their flight. Zachary’s results indicated that with a wider-winged plane, "winglets" impacted the distance of flight. It is important to note as Zachary was quit to point out that "this experiment was only performed on paper air planes and it really depends on how good a thrower you are."


Zachary gave special thanks to his little brother Owen who let him use his airplane book for the Science Fair project.


Twenty one of the 150 Science Fair projects were selected to advance to the Regional Science Fair that will take place at Laurentian University on March 31 and April 1, 2007.


Congratulations to all our winners, and good luck at the Regional Science Fair on March 31 and April 1, 2007 at Laurentian University!





















































































































School Student
Name(s)
Project
Title
Marymount
Academy
Katherine
Gedey

Lindsay Henderson
The
Beat Must Flow On
St.
Francis
Jeff
Lafantaisie
Boat
Hulls and Hydrodynamics
Marymount
Academy
Alysha
Mills
Processed
vs. Non-Processed
St.
Francis
Jennifer
Trevisiol
What’s
In a Name?
St.
James
Nicole
Denomme

Mikaela Iturregui
The
Amazing Race
St.
Mary
Alex
Bottigoni

Justin Konrad
Does
Music Affect Heartbeat?
St.
Francis
Scott
Fleury
Bouteille
d’eau recyclable...

Bon ou mauvais
St.
Francis
Mark
Verrilli

Mike Fabiili
Bending
Under Pressure
Marymount
Academy
Brittany
Caines
Le
memoire
Marymount
Academy
Emily
Cortolezzis

Cecilia MacDonald
La
vitame C
St.
Francis
Alex
Trottier
Resistance
a la rupture des formes
St.
Raphael
Matt
Spina

Steven Dinnes
Stitching
Span
St.
Charles
Alex
Predon

Tyerone McCoshen
Catching
the Wavelength
St.
Raphael
Marie
Longo
Water
Quality
St.
Francis
Conner
Boyce
La
terre serre
St.
John
Kaiana
Freskiw

Rachael Guerin
Does
Colour Affect People’s Perception?
Marymount
Academy
Angelica
Fievoli
What
a Headache!
Marymount
Academy
Cara
Loney
What
Are You Eating?
Marymount
Academy
Vanessa
DiFeo
Separation
101
St.
Francis
Loren
Ellero Dionne
H3PO4
& Teeth
St.
Raphael
Desiree
Tomassini

Sara Schroeder


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