Learning Bridge Charter School held their 2016 Science Fair last Wednesday.  Entire student body participated in the science fair by being a part of their class project. One hundred-twenty students entered either an individual or team project as well. Learning Bridge enlisted twenty judges from various agencies and individuals in the community.  Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, Nevada Department of Wildlife, KGHM (Robinson Mine), EMT, Jen Hollingsworth, Lori Drew from the Bristlecone Convention Center and Pete Mangum.  We would like to thank all those involved for spending an entire day at the Learning Bridge, encouraging the youth of our community.  Thanks to the agencies for allowing their employees to be part of the educational day.

The fair was open to the public for viewing Thursday. Thursday evening in front of a full house the young scientist received their awards.

Eight projects were selected to represent Learning Bridge Charter School at the Western Regional Science Fair, March 2nd and 3rd.  The projects going to Reno are as follows: Fifth grade, Tyler Peterson, Heston and Holden Windous; sixth grade, Celeste Garza and Kaylee Cracraft.  The seventh and eight grade students will travel to Reno in order to interview with the state judges.  They are 7th grade, Patrick Peper-Nielsen, Rylie Evers and eight grader, Sabre Westlund.

Courtesy photo Third grader Kylee Knudson, interviews with Jason Williams from NDE and Doug Powell from Forest Service.

Courtesy photo
Third grader Kylee Knudson, interviews with Jason Williams from NDE and Doug Powell from Forest Service.