Holy Rosary School in Duryea holds Elementary School Science Fair


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First grade students worked in groups to create presentations on the Five Senses at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Aiden Firestone, Lily Ostrowski, Chase Sciandra, Ashlyn Armitage, Gabe Snyder, Lauren Marranca, Jordan Talarico, Max Schupp, Lia Limongellio and Nina Agostini.


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From left, second grade students Maci Bulzoni, Emma Kratz, Olivea Scalese and Owen Kresge pose with their group project on how leaves change colors at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair.


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Third grade students proudly display their individual projects at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Joshua Lentowski, Dominick Ferentino, Natalia DeSena and Andrew Chase.


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From left, kindergarten students Aiden Sartorio, Molly Kratz and Jacob White show off their experiment about what sticks to magnets at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair.


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DURYEA — Students in grades pre-kindergarten through 5 recently held their annual Elementary School Science Fair.

A wide variety of projects from which brand of paper towels works best to erupting volcanoes were displayed for students, family, and friends to experiment and enjoy.

First grade students worked in groups to create presentations on the Five Senses at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Aiden Firestone, Lily Ostrowski, Chase Sciandra, Ashlyn Armitage, Gabe Snyder, Lauren Marranca, Jordan Talarico, Max Schupp, Lia Limongellio and Nina Agostini.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HR-Science-Fair-2.jpgFirst grade students worked in groups to create presentations on the Five Senses at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Aiden Firestone, Lily Ostrowski, Chase Sciandra, Ashlyn Armitage, Gabe Snyder, Lauren Marranca, Jordan Talarico, Max Schupp, Lia Limongellio and Nina Agostini. Submitted photos

From left, second grade students Maci Bulzoni, Emma Kratz, Olivea Scalese and Owen Kresge pose with their group project on how leaves change colors at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HR-Science-Fair-3.jpgFrom left, second grade students Maci Bulzoni, Emma Kratz, Olivea Scalese and Owen Kresge pose with their group project on how leaves change colors at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. Submitted photos

Third grade students proudly display their individual projects at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Joshua Lentowski, Dominick Ferentino, Natalia DeSena and Andrew Chase.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HR-Science-Fair-4.jpgThird grade students proudly display their individual projects at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. In photo, from left, Joshua Lentowski, Dominick Ferentino, Natalia DeSena and Andrew Chase. Submitted photos

From left, kindergarten students Aiden Sartorio, Molly Kratz and Jacob White show off their experiment about what sticks to magnets at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair.
http://psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_HR-Science-Fair.jpgFrom left, kindergarten students Aiden Sartorio, Molly Kratz and Jacob White show off their experiment about what sticks to magnets at Holy Rosary School’s annual Elementary School Science Fair. Submitted photos

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