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Wonders of science celebrated at Hopewell Elementary

07/17/2013 11:07AM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print, Schools


Fifth grade science fair winners were, front from left, Sierra Cullen, First Place Superintendent's Award ($50 gift card); Marie Miller, Second Place Principal's Award ($25 gift card); Mackenzie Harrison, Third Place Science Teachers' Award ($15 gift certificate); Amanda Branscome, Joseph Hornig Honorable Mention Award ($15 gift card); Hunter Kalinoski, Honorable Mention ($15 gift card); and Brian Brower, Kanara Consulting Honorable Mention Award ($15 gift card.) Winners of a raffle for sixth grade Science Fair participants were, standing from left, Brandon Rubbo (Science Summer Camp attendance); Michael Walling (Wawa gift card); Samantha Bartos and Kaitlyn Martin (Pat's Pizza gift cards).



Hopewell Elementary School recently held its second annual science fair, with a special parents' evening featured this year. The event is designed to develop critical thinking and analysis skills among the fifth and sixth grade students.

Judging was held for the fifth grade projects, and the five winners received a gift card and will have their names engraved on a plaque to be displayed at in the school lobby. This year's science fair was made possible through generous donations by Herr Foods, Pat’s Pizza, Wawa, the Jennersville YMCA, Oxford Educational Foundation, former Superintendent of Schools Dr. Raymond Fischer, Principal Nicole Addis, the Hopewell fifth grade science teachers, Goshen Signs and Kanara Consulting. 

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Fifth grader Abby Cummiskey shows her grandmother, Julie Henry, her project, "Water vs. Pollution." 


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