Eaton’s High School Resource program participated in this year’s annual Science Fair, for the first time. We spent several weeks learning about the scientific process, how good science is conducted, and how to choose a topic worth researching. Students chose their own questions to research, which included the following topics: how teenagers spend their money and identify needs vs. wants; which acid makes dirty pennies the shiniest; the food preferences of dogs; how to make volcanoes; and how carbon dioxide influences explosions.
Out of the many students who participated in the Science Fair, Resource was honored when two of our students won prizes, as chosen by the Science Fair judging panel. Congratulations to Jillian, who studied the food preferences of dogs. She won 1st Place Overall. Congrats as well to Kevin who won 2nd Place for Creativity. We are proud of all of our participants!
Submitted By – Ms. Scaun, High School Resource Instructor