SCIENCE FAIR PREPARATIONS -- Students in Travis Courser's eighth-grade WIN (What I Need) group at Lyndon Town School are preparing for the 2015 Science Fair at LSC on March 20. Students picked their own projects based on their interests. Haley Walleck picked, "Why chocolates melt at different temperatures." Her theory is that milk chocolates will melt faster because of their mass and sugar content. "I might eat some samples throughout the project," she said, "but not all of them or I can't do the experiment!" Brittney Smith is building a model tornado in a container and predicts that once it is activated it will travel in a northerly direction. Courser is excited about all of the projects and says, "They been putting in a lot of effort this year, which is good!" Members of the class in clude, from left, Makaela Stillson, Haley Walleck, Marnie Brown, Brittney Smith, Cameron Raymond, Brandon Stone, Drew Dudas and Connor McClure.
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