J.O. Combs eighth graders exhibit science projects

Jonathan Spray stands with a science fair  project. (Courtesy of J.O. Combs School District)

Jonathan Spray stands with a science fair
project.

J.O. Combs Middle School hosted its annual science fair May 11, Some work was chosen to be displayed at the middle school.
Throughout the second semester, Jonathan Spray and Janel Garner, J.O. Combs Middle School science teachers, worked with eighth-grade students to develop their science fair projects.  Within this process, the students have had the opportunity to participate in their own science experiment using the Scientific Inquiry method. The various steps of the experiment process allow students to explore and develop their science curiosities as they work through their challenge in developing an experiment based on a set of observations, according to a press release.
“The goal of the project is for students to enhance their 21st century learning and take away an understanding of the real life skills from the perspective of a scientist.”  Mr. Spray said.

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