Three sixth grade students won at the Maumee Valley Country Day School science fair and then competed on March 7th at the University of Toledo at the Northwest Ohio District 2 Science Day (NWDSD) regional science fair. Congratulations to Kaiden L., Penny W., Schafer H.!
The three of them competed against 127 students from Defiance, Fulton, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Williams, and Wood counties and qualified to go to the State Science Day at Ohio State University, Saturday, May 9th.
Penny won the Oak Openings Region Award Scholarship for $50.00, sponsored by the Oak Openings Region Conservancy (grades 5-12), which recognizes projects pertaining to the local Oak Openings ecosystem. Her project was about pH and runoff of local soil.
Schafer won the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (OTTA) (grades 5-8),$250.00. His project studied the effects of light on chicken eggs from his family farm.
Kaiden was runner-up for Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (OTTA) testing. His project was about electrolysis of different liquids.