Inspired by Science lessons taught in Mr. Anthony Pecora's classroom, several teams of Southern Columbia Middle School students entered the Children's Museum Science Fair, earning prizes awarded to the top three projects in each grade, grades 4-8. Representing SCA and earning awards in the Sixth Grade category were (pictured left to right): Molli Petro and Olivia Bosworth (their project was entitled The Recipe: To Follow or Not to Follow); Eliza Fenstermacher and Sophia Boucher, (Plants vs. Gravity); and Samarra Zerbe and Maddison Campbell (Lava Lamp Buddies). Congratulations to our budding scientists on their success!


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