On Wednesday January 30th, 103 7th grade students experienced the stress, excitement, energy, and anxiety of presenting weeks of their hard work to parents, other students, teachers, and community members. Students were given over 3 weeks to plan and conduct an experiment, perform research, and present their findings in a clear and concise way.
On display on Wednesday were behavioral studies, hand built hover-boards, experiments in energy and robotics, biology tests, and much more. 7th grade Science teachers John Kane and Hannah Neal worked hard with the students to organize structured presentations of their experiments, findings, struggles, and conclusions. It truly was learning in action!