IPS students shine at regional science fair

On April 10 - 12, ten students from Island Pacific School attended the Greater Vancouver Regional District Science Fair at UBC.
Hannah Dua, Thomas Bemment, Angus Duguid and Luke MacKenzie, Willem Young, Gabriel Santiago, Devin McGregor, Tobin Sparling, Natalie Sokol-Snyder and Allegra Nesbit-Jerman presented their work to dozens of judges, fellow students and members of the public over the course of the three day fair. They also had the opportunity to attend lab sessions at the university and explore projects done by other students.
All of the IPS students at the science fair conducted themselves with enthusiasm and grace. In the end they came away with 3 honourable mention awards, 2 bronze medals and a special prize for “Agriculture in the classroom.”
Congratulations to all for a job well done.

2014 Science Fair Projects by IPS Students:
Hannah Dua: From trash to gas - making biogas
Tobin Sparling: The best way to study for a test
Thomas Bemment: Flying it Wright
Allegra Nesbitt-Jerman: Bacteria emporium
Natalie Sokol-Snyder: Finding the right ski wax
Devin Davis-McGregor: Hot lunch - do insects eat more at higher temperatures.
Willem Young and Gabriel Santiago: Is my water Pure?
Angus Duguid and Luke MacKenzie : Perpetual motion

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