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Junior School Science Fair

It’s once again time to announce our Science Fair winners for this year.  I was so pleased with the effort that each and every one of our students put into these projects.  Whether a ribbon was secured or not, each of our students should be proud of the time and effort that they put into this endeavour.  Many thanks to our Grade 11 IB Science students for their time in judging these projects, their patience in listening attentively to every presentation, and their careful deliberations in choosing our winners.  This event can’t happen without them!
 
The following students received special mention based on their outstanding work:
 
Grades 6 and 7:
Honourable Mention:
Westin Andres
Mollybeth Dickinson
Isaac Woodworth
Kelsea Griffiths
James Griffiths
Ryan MacDougall
Isla Dove
 
3rd Place - Bristol Quinn
2nd Place - Anthony Wheeler
1st Place - Ezra Sasaki
 
Grade 8:
Honourable Mention:
Cooper Pape
Ale Vidal
 
3rd Place - Gabby Shaw
2nd Place - Artem Dorofeev tied with Alex Graham
1st Place - Vincent Armstrong
 
Grade 9:
Honourable Mention:
Fiona MacDonald
Sasha Hodgson
Sabine Wellard
Rendi Ashley
Harrison Klein
Jessica Etou
Eva Palov
 
3rd Place - Emma Powell
2nd Place - Fox Sullivan
1st Place - Danica Scully
 
Students Representing KES at the Regional (Virtual) Science Fair:
 
Grade 6:
Isla Dove
Bristol Quinn
Kelsea Griffiths
Anthony Wheeler
 
Grades 7-9:
Vincent Armstrong
Danica Scully
Sabine Wellard
Emma Powell
Fox Sullivan
Alex Graham
Ezra Sasaki
Rendi Ashley
James Griffiths
 
Congratulations to all our students!
 
Michelle Belliveau
Junior School Science Teacher
Head of Science Department
Volunteer Coordinator


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