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Robert Ogilvie science fair

 

 Photo: Fifth grade student Sarah Sharpe demonstrates her science experiment at Robert Ogilvie Elementary school’s science fair – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca

Science was in the air at the Robert Ogilvie Elementary School on Friday afternoon.

More than 50 science projects were on display, and examined subjects like fossils, environmentally friendly cleaners and electricity.

Fifth grade student Sarah Sharpe said it took her over a week to make her project.

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Students surrounded Sharpe’s booth to touch the squishy experiment. She says she has learnt a lot from her findings.

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Children from all grades competed in the event and awards were handed out to the best Science project.

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