Homeschoolers Show Projects at Science Fair
Young homeschooled students from Ave Maria got a chance to share some of their knowledge Saturday afternoon at a science fair for town homeschoolers held at the Ave Maria University physics lab. Right, Isaiah Scanlon, 5, explains the workings of the brain to one of the judges, Shahodat Hamraeva, an AMU senior majoring in biology.
Published on Sunday, 22 April 2012 01:45
Prizes announced at the end of the fair went to:
5-6 age group, a 3-way tie for First Place: Anthony Rubino, Isaiah Scanlon and Mary Rose Klein;
7-8 age group, First Place to Jonathon Novecosky and Second Place to Michael Martinez;
9 and above age group, First Place to Miranda Schultz and Second Place to Mary Elizabeth Klein.
Left, Jonathan Novecosky shows judge Andres Dajles, an AMU junior, his air-powered car.
Below left, Mary Rose Klein, 5, tells judge Patrick Kelly, an AMU science professor, about rabbits. Below right, Michael Martinez holds a banana to demonstrate the presence of potassium as part of his project on the periodic table of the elements.
Right, Ariana Rubino with her project on the human body.