Happening tonight: Science fairs at Pathfinder, Denny


That’s Pathfinder K-8 student Elizabeth Baer, photographed by Eric Baer as she presented her investigation “Slime Roll” during a previous edition of the annual Pathfinder Science Fair, which happens in the school cafeteria 6-7:30 pm tonight. Eric tells WSB, “Nearly 100 science projects will be shown by students, covering every field of science and technology from robotics to volcanology to botany. … Pathfinder School is one of only a handful of Seattle Public Schools that has a Science Fair open to elementary-aged students.” The event is sponsored and run by the PTSA at Pathfinder, which is a public alternative school on Genesee Hill (map). ADDED 9:30 AM: Thanks to GenHillOne for noting tonight also is Family Math Night and Science Fair at Denny Middle School — according to the Denny website, that event is 6:30-8:30 pm.

3 Replies to "Happening tonight: Science fairs at Pathfinder, Denny"

  • GenHillOne February 12, 2008 (6:35 am)

    Denny’s Science Fair is tonight as well – same night as Denny-Sealth meeting…

  • WSB February 12, 2008 (9:24 am)

    Thanks. Didn’t get an official announcement of that – if you know anyone on the PTSA, please let them know we will add any and every school event we can find to our events list. Meantime I’ll amend this post to add Denny info, which hopefully I can find on the Denny website.

  • Mary T. February 12, 2008 (4:16 pm)

    I graduated from grade school in 1980. It cracks me up to see that those science fair boards are still exactly the same! Cute expresion. : )

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