Olds MSTS Science Fair Results |

Olds MSTS Science Fair Results

Congratulations to all of the students who attended the Mountainview Science and Technology Society Science Fair in Olds on March 2nd.  You did very well representing River Valley School! 19 projects and 26 students made it to the fair in Olds. Thanks to Mr. Seely, Mr. Vey, and Mr. Brown for being the best judges there!

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Grade Two Emily Luzi How Snakes Move With a special Rookie Award

Grade Three Brooklynn DeVisser and Jacqueline Brink How to create a Bearded Dragon habitat With a special Nature Award

Grade Three Annalea Long What toy do cats like best?

Grade Four Maitlyn Sewepagaham and Lexie Tschritter Different Kinds of Slimes

Grade Five Bailey Hengen and Cadie Caukill Couple Cats, Couple Toys With a special Nature Award

Grade Five Gracie Atkinson How does Lightning form?

Bronze Medal Winners

Grade Three Sadie Winters Speaklife

Grade Four Carter Nielsen and Graydon Feil Can the Sun be Used to Cook Food?

Grade Four Liam Deschaine Electric Fruit

Grade Six Dane Roberts Washer Shazam

Grade Seven Sianna Vennard Does grooming affect a horse’s heart rate?

Grade Seven Abriel Johnson Can cellphones affect human wellbeing?

Silver Medal Winners

Grade One Briella DeVisser What happens if you don’t brush your teeth?

Grade Three Kole Roberts Levitating Pencil

Grade Six Madison Chant What dissolves?

Gold Medal Winners

Grade Two Olivia Thorogood and Ryker Gafner Germ Detectives As Best of Fair for Grade K-2 (you can see their trophy in the library soon!)

Grade Three and Four Sophia Willihnganz and Emmett Shrapshall Shape Shifters

Grade Five Georgia Winters Sugar High

Grade Six Austin Fuchko and Austin Nixon Manure, a reliable energy source As Best of Fair for Grades 5-6 (you can see their trophy in the library soon!)

If you received a medal in grades 5-8 remember you need to sign up for the Red Deer Regional Science Fair online by March 15th. Talk to Ms. Hindbo if you have any questions. 

Great work RVS Scientists!