Magnolia Junior High School hosted its 2019 Science Fair on Monday.
This annual event has ninth grade students competing for category awards as well as the Overall and Runner-up Science Fair winner awards.
Students placing first, second, or third in each category are eligible to compete at the Regional Science Fair. The Regional Fair will be held on the campus of Southern Arkansas University on March 8.
The team project of Collin Kelly and Braden Fort was crowned the overall winner of the 2019 MJHS Science Fair. The ninth-grade students produced a project called, "Best Fly Trap."
The runner-up award went to Leighton Daniels, with his project, "Diabetics Beware."
Winners by category:
1st – Reese Dare, Too Hot to Handle
2nd – Lilyan Willis, Organic vs. Chemical Fertilizer
3rd – Caroline Daniel, Fast vs. Slow Tree Growth
Earth and Environmental Science
1st – Nadia Walker, Plastic Wrap Absorption
2nd – Kaleb Hogue, Home-made Water Filter
3rd – Hunter Miller, What's Your Fizz-ness
Medicine and Health Science
1st – Leighton Daniels, Diabetics Beware
2nd – Marley Ford, Vitamin C in Orange Juice
3rd – Merci Bush, Acetaminophen Solubility
1st – Jacob Kelley, Strength of Fishing Line
2nd -- Camden Smith, Race to the Bottom
3rd – Carson Waters, Aerodynamics
Math, Engineering, and Computer Science
1st – Karley Wilkerson, Fabric Absorption
2nd -- Hannah Gunnels, Prosthetic vs Blade Running
3rd -- Dawson DeLoach, #insulate
1st -- Collin Kelly and Braden Fort, Best Fly Trap
2nd -- Anna Carver and Everleigh Johnson, Light's Effect on Egg Embryo Development
3rd -- River Morgan and Dorian Pierce, Soundproof Materials
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