Students from Meadows Elementary gather around the composting and vermiculture room to learn about composting with Waste Management and Grades of Green. Photos by Jessica Mendoza
Lucia Strizzi, 6, and Amelia Peterman, 6, show off the vermicomposter they have assembled.
Students gather around the aquarium touch tanks to interact with live starfish.
Fifth grader and first prize science fair winner Rohil Dave, 10, demonstrates levitating orbs using static electricity.
Students from Meadows Elementary focus on their levitating orbs using static electricity.
"Rocket Robby" from Mad Science, an organization that provides science enrichment experiences to students, demonstrates of the use of the air through a balloon.
Two students participate in one of "Rocket Robby's" experiments.
Students learn about polymers by creating their own gooey silly putty.
Tristan McPherson, 10, learns about the chemical compound polymers by creating his own silly putty.
Meadows Elementary School hosted its fourth annual Science Fair on Friday, with students participating in science exhibits inside several classrooms at the school. The event included touch tanks from the Roundhouse Aquarium, the creation of custom-made silly putty, a static electricity presentation and levitating orbs controlled by students. Photos by Jessica Mendoza