The Southeastern Science Fair was held on January 28th after school in the cafeteria. There were 12 junior high students who voluntarily participated with projects that ranged from different types of magnets to what stains teeth the most. The following students participated: Jacob D., Tatum M., Sydney B., Shelby G., Cheyanne C., Connor M., Cameron B., Julia C., Gabe D., Grayson H., Daniel S., and Paige M.
There were 3 students who scored an excellent rating who will compete on Feb. 6th at the Clark County contest at the STEM school. One student was Sydney B. whose project focused on the potency of different antacids, and measured how long it took for the pH to change from an acid to neutral. Shelby G. did her project on different drinks and how each one will stain teeth over time, using egg shells to represent teeth. The third project by Paige M. that will be competing at the Clark County contest is about which type of liquid (acid) can best be used as a cleaner. Good luck to these 3 ladies at the Clark County contest Saturday.