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St. Anne School Fair Is “Electrifying”!


February 24, 2011 - Have you ever wondered about the splatter patterns of blood, how dimples can affect a plane when it is flying, which gum produces the biggest bubble, or how colour affects living things? If so, St. Anne School was the place to be for the first segment of this year’s Sudbury Catholic Board’s Science Fair.
Over the past 2 months, the intermediate students at St. Anne School have been investigating and researching many different science topics. A wide range of projects in both English and French were presented to teachers and students within the school. Out of school judges scored the projects on scientific knowledge, presentation results, application, and written reports. Winners were selected to advance to the next stage of presentations taking place at St. Francis School in early March. Congratulations to all students for their hard work, dedication, and overall great efforts!



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