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St. Paul’s Science Fair judges

Seventy-five fifth- and sixth-graders at St. Paul’s Lutheran School brought their displays or electronically shared their science fair projects on Monday. The students could choose their own topics which range from “Does Temperature Affect Magnetism?” to planning and testing cat toys, or determining some of the ways stealth technology works by testing how geometric shapes scatter light. The projects are all judged, with the help of Martin Luther College students and a professor over two evenings. The students present their projects with an oral report during Mrs. Grunwald’s science classes. MLC has a STEM Club and some of their members were able to help with the judging. Pictured from left to right are Prof. Alan Uher, Katherine Boehlke, Isabelle Kettler, Kristin Uher, Lexi Fischer and Hannah Schneekloth.

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Seventy-five fifth- and sixth-graders at St. Paul’s Lutheran School brought their displays or electronically shared their science fair projects on Monday. The students could choose their own topics which range from “Does Temperature Affect Magnetism?” to planning and testing cat toys, or determining some of the ways stealth technology works by testing how geometric shapes scatter light. The projects are all judged, with the help of Martin Luther College students and a professor over two evenings. The students present their projects with an oral report during Mrs. Grunwald’s science classes.

MLC has a STEM Club and some of their members were able to help with the judging. Pictured from left to right are Prof. Alan Uher, Katherine Boehlke, Isabelle Kettler, Kristin Uher, Lexi Fischer and Hannah Schneekloth.

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