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Science Fair plants

photo | Luann Dart With her project, “Fighting Bac,” sophomore Halle Rivinius tested whether antibiotics or viruses kill bacteria better.

Science Fair plants

photo | Luann Dart With her project, "Mini Monsters," sixth-grader MyKenzie Winkler placed 14 petri dishes around her home to capture bacteria from the air.

Science Fair plants

Blue ribbon winners earning a trip to compete at the Regional Science Fair in Mandan on March 17.

Science Fair plants

Fifth Grade First Place: Kaydence Zimmerman Second Place: Kaylee Maier Third Place: Logan Schatz

Science Fair plants

Sixth Grade First Place: Aidan Zacher Second Place: MyKenzie Winkler Third Place: Bree Rivinius

Science Fair plants

Seventh Grade First Place: Trey Heid Second Place: Brooke Banyai Third Place: JaLyn Raab

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Eighth Grade First Place: Madison Zimmerman Second Place: Ameerah Rosin Third Place: Weston Zacher

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Freshmen First Place: Zoey Heid Second Place: Anna Schatz Third Place: Kayedenn Rivinius

Science Fair plants

Sophomores First Place: Halle Rivinius Second Place: Allie Friesz Third Place: Jamie Maier

Science Fair plants the seeds of curiosity

From fighting bacteria to growing an aquaponic garden, Elgin/New Leipzig School District students researched, documented, then nervously stood by their results during the Feb.

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