Peasley Middle School held its fourth annual Science Fair Expo on Nov. 10 at the school. The event included a display of student science projects along with hands-on STEM activities and exhibits from a variety of local organizations.
Approximately 250 people attended the event, according to organizer DeDe Driver, including 95 Peasley students. Student projects were judged by volunteers from Gloucester High School and winners were announced at the end of the evening.
First-place ribbons in the science fair went to Jonathan Shao, Charlotte Lasseigne and Sarah McCreary. Second-place ribbons were awarded to Sydney Taylor and Emma McIntyre and third-place ribbons winners were Lily Williams and Jaden Driver. STEM activities included building the tallest free-standing tower, building the tallest structure that can support the greatest weight, and building a catapult that will launch an item the greatest distance. Prizes and ribbons were also awarded for the STEM competitions.
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