All year the Grade 7 students at De La Salle have been working extremely hard on their Science Fair projects. Each student designed either an experiment, innovation or study of their choice. They constructed a professional lab report, display, and presented the following to their peers. This past February, they successfully presented their projects at the De La Salle Science Fair. We had 69 Grade 7 students showcase their projects to members of the community, including teachers, parents, and upper-level science students. Each entry was judged by a member of the community as students were given an opportunity to share their findings. We had a variety of topics, from reusing plastics and creating biodegradable water bottles to cricket protein and tomatoes growth to learning about tooth decay, bacteria and more. Our Grade 7 students did a phenomenal job and were the happy recipients of praise throughout the day.
We would like to recognize our runners-up, Thomas Dunlavey, Adrienne Tom, Aly Donoghue, Daniela O'Connor, and Sadie Lovering, for their outstanding projects. Special congratulations go to Nicolas Tsasis, Zoe Dirisio, Anna Poutanen, and Amara Menshari, who will be representing De La Salle at the Toronto Science Fair on April and 5th at the University of Toronto's Scarborough Campus. We wish them the best of luck and cannot wait to hear about their positive scientific experience.
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