Science Fair Community Night is March 6

By on February 27, 2019

Warwick sophomore Alexis Kellogg was Senior Champion at the North Museum Science & Engineering Fair. last year. To preview this year’s Warwick Science Fair offerings, the public is invited to Community Science Fair night on March 6.

 

The science department at the Warwick High School is hosting a Science Fair Community Night on Wednesday, March 6 in the high school library from 6 to 8 p.m.

This is a free event for the public. Students will have an opportunity to discuss and practice their presentations in front of their peers, family, and friends. Students will then be presenting their projects to judges from the community the following morning. The Warwick High School science department has been the recipient of numerous grants over the last decade. The department wanted an opportunity to show off some of this high-tech equipment that is heavily used for the science fair. Students from each school will also be able to register for a door prize.

“We are working hard to build excitement for science at the elementary schools and middle school,” stated Doug Balmer, science teacher at the Warwick High School. “The local business community has been so financially supportive of this fair, so we wanted to provide an opportunity for the community to see the cool science that is taking place at the high school.”

The district encourages community members to come out and support these amazing students. The weather make-up date for the event will be March 11. To learn more, call the school at 717-626-3700.

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