Students do well at school, county, science fairs

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Columbia Falls students did well at recent science fairs, both at the school and county levels. Top placers included:

Grand champions at Glacier Gateway School Elementary

Airebella Hylton-Lewis: A Sea of Colors-The Wonders of the Seahorse

Kale Schaeffer: Hydroelectricity

Evelynne Dorr: Is there a Cheaper Way to Heat Your Livestock Tank?

Kensington Sundberg: How Does the Human Eye Work?

Aubrey Smith: Fun with Frequencies

Merell Cooley: Sloths on Sleds

Elaina Dorr: How Healthy is Your Soil?

Morgan Flickinger: Little Soda Molar Problem

Grand Champions Columbia Falls Junior High

Boone Shanks: A Study in Visual Perception

Reserve champions at Gateway

Dylan Owens: Biggest Bubble Experiment

Evelyn Freiheit: Inside the Human Body

Payton Keibler: Temperature and Crystals

Findley Dezzani: Apples vs. Oranges

Oscar Metallo: How much Vitamin C?

Reserve champions at Ruder

Kajsa Mohr: Magnetic Temperature

Teagan Bates: Effects of Acid Rain

Gateway first-place

Lily Gnauck: Soma Fun with Nerves

Ella Robbins: Building the Tallest Tower

Kaelyn Saenz: How Silly is Your Putty?

Caden Zanett: Maglev Train

Ailish Hanley: Does Shoe Size Matter with Height?

Trevin Jensen: Frog vs. Toad

Carrick Roma: The Awesome Chemical vs. Physical Experiment

Landon Culver: Venom Rocket 2.0

Teigan LaTray: Fire Behavior

Tucker Leever: Electricity

Hailey Littlefield How to Blow Up a Balloon with Carbon Dioxide

Nieve Schule: Incredible Ink

Kira Shanks: Instrumental vs. Lyrics

Fiona Bryant: Green House Gas

Quinn Morsett: Staying Warm This Winter

Isaac Scott: Protect Your Melon

Junior High first

Payton Owens: What Melts Ice Fastest?

County grand

champions

Gateway

Kira Shanks

Findley Dezzani

Oscar Metallo

Ella Robbins

Evelynne Dorr

Kale Schaeffer

Teigan LaTray

Junior High

Boone Shanks

County reserve Gateway

Aubrey Smith

Merell Cooley

Trevin Jensen

Hailey Littlefield

Kensington Sundberg

Junior High

Addy Bowler

Lotus Helland The Magic of Bone Conduction

Best Energy-related Projects (Sponsored by the Electrical Contractors’ Union):

Evelynne Dorr: Is There a Cheaper Way to Heat Your Livestock Tank?

Kale Schaeffer: Hydro-Electricity

High School

Laney Conger: The Effects of a Polystyrene or Microplastic Diet on the Lifespan of Yellow Mealworms, it also won a Big Creek Environmental Science Award, hosted by the Glacier Institute.

Attending regional

science fair in Butte

Kira Shanks

Aubrey Smith

Merell Cooley

Findley Dezzani

Elaina Dorr

Oscar Metallo

Boone Shanks

Addy Bowler

Lotus Helland

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