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Pictures represents all students participating at the state level. In addition to others previously mentioned those participating at state are Carson Ulabarri, Wolfe Barkley, Cameron Ulabarri, Maverick Mangum, Holden Windous, Jale Williams, Jamie Aundrae, Donavan Perkins, McCayla Lister, McKenzie Rajala and Amber Williams. Castin Gubler, Brysin Gubler, Stetson Noyes, Jed Rajala and Shayla Williams are not pictured.

Learning Bridge held their 2018 Science Fair last week.

Grand Champions were as follows: K-2 Fay Saunders and Reserve Champion Stetson Noyes.

3rd-5th grade Grand Champion is Hazel Williams, Reserve Champion, Jed Rajala.

6th – 8th grade winners were, Grand Champion, Megan Fuller and Reserve Champion Kaylee Cracraft.

Team Grand Champion for 3rd – 5th was Ainsley Giles and Brooklynn Sena while Reserve Champion went to Kendra and Jacob Derbidge.

In Team projects for 6th – 8th grade were, Grand Champion Tristin and Castin Gubler with Reserve Champion going to Bailey and Kaycee Schultz.

Three students won Grand Champion for their inventions.  They are K-2 Brysin Gubler, 3rd-5th  had a tie Cora Rajala and Kenna Brunson.

Class project winners were: K-5, Grand Champion Mrs Tokerud 1st grade and Reserve Champion went to Mrs Coleman’s  Kindergarten Class.

For grades 5th-8th Grand Champion was Mrs. Lister’s 8th grade science class and Reserve Champion went to Mrs. Groves 5th grade. Mrs. Bybee’s 4th grade class won Grand Champion as they produced an invention.

Learning Bridge will be entering the Southern Nevada’s Science Fair with 18 projects.

Learning Bridge 2018 Science Fair consisted of 110 science boards and 4 inventions.

Nineteen judges from different agencies and community members judged the fair  The agencies involved were BLM, USFS and KGHM.