Student scientists to share their discoveries
Have you ever wondered which fruits or vegetables produce the most electrical charge or which brand of paper towel is the most absorbent?
For the answer to these and other pressing questions, come to the Surrey School District Science Fair on Wednesday, March 6 at Central City Shopping Centre.
"We are so excited to welcome our young scientists to share their learning at the fair," says Shelagh Lim, the district's science helping teacher. "It's really a celebration of inquiry and wonder, where our students have an opportunity to celebrate their passion for learning and share it with the community."
Lim says the science fair is one of her favourite nights of the year.
"People are always amazed at the discoveries of our students."
There will be more than 175 projects from 45 schools showcasing the work of Grades 4 through 8 students through experimentation along with working and static models.
This is the 46th annual District Science Fair and the third year at Central City.
The fair is made possible with the support of volunteers: teachers, community representatives and of course the judges.