2018 MS Science Fair

Our Science Fair was meant to raise awareness of the fragile and important balance between humans and their surrounding environment. Students had the opportunity to show the interconnectedness of different fields through research related to human’s role in the world. Projects included current issues like climate change, pollution, threatened species, solving crimes, and human health. No matter what the topic was, students had a great time showing how the world and humans coexist together and our responsibility in protecting this relationship.

Dr. Carla Mendes & Ms. Rebekkah Gresch

MS Science Teacher & Student Teacher

Science Fair

BEST INTERACTION:

6th GRADE: Endangered species (Eduardo Almeida)

7th GRADE: Induced Earthquakes (Gabriel Prado)

8th GRADE: Forensics (Enzo Torres)

 

MOST CREATIVE:

6th GRADE: Recycling for the survival of turtles (Lara Torres)

7th GRADE: Eco-Friendly Houses (Bruna Neves))

8th GRADE: Nuclear Weapons (Lucca Menta)

 

MOST SCIENTIFIC:

6th GRADE: Photosynthesis (Antonio Bourgerth)

7th GRADE: Ozone Layer (Samuel Cresta)

8th GRADE: Glucose Levels (Pedro Lima)

 

MOST IMPROVED:

6A: Carolina Becerra and Lucas Rego

6B: Maria Antônia Melo

7A: Yuri Carvalho

7B: Paola Formica

8A: Juca Camera

8B: JP Nascimento

 

LEADERSHIP AWARD:

6A: Carolina Caldas and Victoria Penteado

6B: Giulio Graziani

7A: Sofia Beraldo

7B: Camila Santana

8A: Pedro Monteiro

8B: Frederico Tavares

 

MOST HELPFUL AWARD:

7A: Carlos Eduardo Scavarda

Science Fair Awards