(Photos by Nick Adams for WSB)
Gatewood Elementary School held their Second Annual Science Fair Palooza last night, starring 83 students with 62 projects! WSB contributing photojournalist Nick Adams captured the scenes. Above, children play with fog from a mix of water and dry ice; below, a crowd gathers around to watch Samera Mroczkowski make a bubble out of dry ice and water during the Gatewood Science Fair Palooza. “I wanted to do something unique, I was nervous at first that it wouldn’t work,” said Mroczkowski.
Gatewood teacher Charlene Higuchi looks over the science project “dog body parts and how they work.” Students Clarie Jacobson, Alexandra Robelo, and Isabella Bryant worked on the project.
Above, 4th grader Virag Carlile-Kovacs‘ poster of different plant dyes and which plants and materials worked the best.
A red-light glows from the power of lemons at “Lemon Power,” a science experiment by Andews Hood.
Gatewood teacher Jeffery Case talks with Sean McCormick about his science experiment of meaning the speed and distance of a rocket with three variables.
Gatewood teacher Mike McCormick praises Dominic Tatro for the accuracy of his data for his project wingless D. Melanogaster development. When asked what he plans on doing with the fruit flies, Tatro answered “I’m going to feed them to my poison dart frog.”
A carnation that has turned blue after absorbing food coloring from its water for a project by Amelia Vegors to see which flowers would absorb the most coloring.
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