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Winners of the Parker School 4th and 5th grade science fair

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Parker School students in grades 4 and 5 impressed judges during their recent science fair held at Parker’s lower school. Students began their project with a question, which they researched; they then formed a hypothesis to answer the question, tested it and provided a conclusion, all over a two-month period. Parker ‘ohana, as well as scientists from Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, served as volunteer judges who reviewed each of the 36 student submissions. Winners were determined by how accurately they followed the scientific method process. The following is a list of the top winners and their work:

5th Grade

  • 1st Place: Nai’a Jones – “Static Shock” – to determine how to limit static electricity.
  • 2nd Place: Ellie Acosta – “Soap and Radiation” – to determine if the brand of soap or ingredients in soap make a difference when exposed to radiation via microwaves.
  • 3rd Place: Andrew Choi “Experience and Exposure to Sound” – to determine if experience and exposure helps with identifying sounds.

4th Grade

  • 1st Place: Kaden Aguilar “Magnet Size and Strength” – to determine if the size of a magnet affects its strength.
  • 2nd Place: Rose Kirk Landry “Altitude on the Boiling Point of Water” – to determine if the boiling point of water is affected by elevation.
  • 3rd Place: Skylar Pinkert “Science of Colors” – to determine if men and women have different feelings about colors and if color influences mood.

Parker School wishes to congratulate all contestants for their fabulous work.

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