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Rougelot, a 7th-grader at J. It was Marlow who gave Rougelot the idea for the experiment. Rougelot then asked her science teacher, Jim Larson, how to test her hypothesis.
The experiment examined, with a simple test, the height a gymnast could jump after proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitations stretching, then used motion analysis to examine the effect on a split jump on a balance beam. I even got a little ruthless, and she came back perfectly," he said.
This was the first year Rougelot entered the diocesan science fair. This is the fourth year in a row that a Cosgriff student has taken home the top prize at the Diocesan Science Fair and the fifth consecutive year a Cosgriff student won the Overall Eighth Grade Award.
Last year, the school also hosted the event, and all the experiments were set up in the gymnasium.
This year, with a new wing, the school was able to divide the experiments by category into separate rooms. Francis," said Principal Patrick Reeder.
Francis and also coordinates the science fair. Last year the fair had experiments; this year there were projects in eight categories.
Also this year, students from Saint Marguerite School in Tooele participated for the first time. The six students from St.
Marguerite 7th-grader Drake Nielsen also said he learned a lot from seeing the other projects. Marguerite, agreed that he would like to enter an experiment next year even though "the judges are tough," he said. The hardest question he was asked was what was contained in Alka-Seltzer, he said.
A complete list of the winners of the 15th Annual Diocesan Science Fair follows. Young Scientist of the Year Award: Cosgriff Memorial School School Appreciation: Cosgriff Memorial School Environmental Science 6th grade: Cosgriff Memorial School Earth Science 6th grade: Cosgriff Memorial School 8th grade:Science Project Requirements.
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Register first, . Rougelot, a 7th-grader at J.E. Cosgriff Memorial School in Salt Lake City, also took first place in the Biological Science category, the Overall Seventh Grade Award and the Overall Biological Science Award as well as the Best Physiological Experiment Award, a new category this year.
17 Best Science Fair Projects for 7th Grade Elena Krasnoperova - Saturday, February 27th, At many middle schools and junior high schools, the annual Science Fair is the highlight of the school year.
In seventh grade, a science project is typically required by most schools. Science projects help children employ critical thinking skills and learn the scientific process. There are many projects that children can choose in a variety of science topics.