2nd Annual Science Fair
Students from across the Panhandle convened in Scottsbluff, Wednesday, March 1 at the 2nd annual Nebraska Panhandle Area Health Education Center (NP- AHEC) and Nebraska Junior Academy of Science (NJAS) Combined Science Fair. Participants competed to earn a trip to Lincoln in April for the State NJAS competition and for 8th graders only, a trip to UNMC in Omaha in June. This event was sponsored by ESU13, Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures- Search today for healthier tomorrows, Nebraska Panhandle Area Health Education Center, and the University of Nebraska Medical Center and College of Nursing- West Nebraska Division (WND).
Top Finalist 9-12 Natalie Gasseling-Hemingford-The Great Drug Race
Top Finalist 6-8 Aiden Dressel-Chadron- Antiseptic Properties of Aloe Vera
Front row-left to right
Arya Eledath-Sidney –Radiation Learning a New Balance
Chance Carter, Leyton –Can you Hear the Sound Now
Aiden Dressel-Chadron- Antiseptic Properties of Aloe Vera
Back Row Left to right
Logan Bartling-Leyton-using Smell to Enhance Memory
Bryson Darveau-Alliance-How Does Trebucket’s Arm Length Effect Projectile Distance
Natalie Gasseling-Hemingford-The Great Drug Race
Carli Cullan-Hemingford –The Sweetest Apple
Peyton Lewis-Sidney-Oil and Water
Thanks to the Scottsbluff Star Herald for their great article highlighting the students efforts!!