Juniper students flex their science skills

With science fair season being in full swing, Juniper School students showcased over 20 of their own projects March 8.

These submissions varied in terms of topic and complexity, with some of the most decorated projects tackling questions like “Which soft drinks rot teeth the quickest?” and “Do video games cause real-life violence?”

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By the end of the day, principal Lucy Mayor handed out awards for the top projects and mentioned that the students with first- and second-place entries are eligible to attend the regional science fair in The Pas April 12-13.

The award winners also walked away from Friday’s science fair with some Walmart gift cards, which were provided by Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak (MKO).

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