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Students showcase diverse projects at Chinook Regional Science Fair

Posted on 1 April 2022 by Prairie Post
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The 32nd annual Chinook Regional Science Fair saw 35 students showcase 22 projects from diverse topics ranging from vaccines and rapid tests to swimsuits and robotic vision.

The Saskatchewan Chinook Regional Science Fair provides an opportunity for young scientists from southwest Saskatchewan to present their research, earn prizes, and for a chance to compete at the Canada-Wide Science Fair.

The Canada-Wide Science Fair is the country’s largest annual youth science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) event, bringing together top young scientists and their projects, selected by their regional fair. The Saskatchewan Chinook Regional Science Fair is one of over 100 regional STEM fairs in every province and territory in Canada.

Here are the results of this year’s fair.

Junior (Grade 7-8):

Gold – Katie Carleton, Stewart Valley, Comparing Swimsuits

Silver – Levi Wills & Griffin Darby, Fairview, Vaccinated

Silver – Kaylee Anderson, Fairview, Cryonics

Bronze – Sophia Freeman, Fairview, Think About Thought

Bronze – Jesse Olson & Karsten Wiebe, Stewart Valley, Electromagnetism in Magnificent Motors

Bronze – Eva Fisher, Fairview, Salmon Run

Intermediate (Grade 9-10):

Gold – Braden Baumann & Tessa Todd, Hazlet, Rollin’ ‘n Patrollin’

Silver – Teagan Emms, Hazlet, Exposing Majic Tricks

Bronze – Juliette Martin & Sennarey Garven, Hazlet, Sunny Day

Senior (Grade 11-12):

Gold – Andra Todd & Cadence Anderson, Hazlet, Eye Know Where To Go

Silver – Lyn Wagner & Gaia Rossi, Hazlet, Newton, Forgive me.

Bronze – Katharina Leonhardt, Hazlet, Covid vaccines: Which one is the best?

Bronze – Sara Pelini & Sophie Ledermann, Hazlet, Are Rapid Covid Test Reliable?

Best in Fair:

Andra Todd & Cadence Anderson, Hazlet, Eye Know Where To Go

Second Place:

Braden Baumann & Tessa Todd, Hazlet, Rollin’ ‘n Patrollin’

The first and second place projects will move on to compete at the Canada Wide Virtual Science Fair to be held on May 16-20.

Ted Rogers Innovation Award Winner:

Andra Todd & Cadence Anderson, Hazlet, Eye Know Where To Go

The Ted Rogers Innovation Award recognizes students who demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit through their STEM project.

Congratulations to all of the competitors for their hard work and excellence.

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