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District Science Fair - It's never too early to plan

Science fair state winners 2019 The New Albany-Plain Local Schools District Science Fair will be held at New Albany Intermediate School on Tuesday, February 11 and Wednesday, February 12, 2020. Middle school and high school students may be judged either day. The district science fair is open to students grades 5-12.

Image to the right - Fifth Grade State Winners 2019 
L-R: Lucy Naumoff, Jackson Goodman, Rachel Maletz, Dana Stan, Sreshta Erravelli, Nala Chebli and Yashas Devulapally.

Students may work on the project independently or with up to two other students. Students should check on this with their science teacher.

Middle and high school students, please email Pete Barnes, barnes.1@napls.us, by Monday February 3 so he can register you for the fair and arrange a time for you to be judged. Mr. Barnes will need to know your team members' names and the name of your project.

Science Experiment Rough Draft

Central Ohio Science Fair Rules


2019 State Winner Projects

Lucy Naumoff Superior
Project Title: Bacteria on Everyday Surfaces Grade: 5

Nala Chebli and Sreshta Erravelli Superior
Project Title: Does your age or gender affect your memory? Grade: 5

Yashas Devulapally Superior and Young Scientist Award
Project Title: What's the best antibacterial agent? Grade 5

Dana Stan, Superior and Ohio Tuition Trust Authority $1,000 scholarship
Project Title: Projectile Motion Grade: 6

Rachel Maletz, Superior
Project Title: Can You Generate Power By Taking A Shower? Grade: 6

Nithya Guduri, Superior
Project Title: Are your eyes playing tricks on you? Grade 7

Jackson Goodman (5th) Behavioral Science Award
Project Title: Problem Solving Abilities