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St. Peter's students excel in science fair

FALLBROOK – St. Peter the Apostle Catholic School is proud to announce that its students had four science fair projects accepted into the Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair held at Balboa Park in March. Engineering, science, and medical society members and professionals served as judges. The students were interviewed, projects and documents were reviewed, and prizes were awarded.

Emily Rotunda, an eighth grader, took first place in Behavioral/Social Sciences for a project focused on perceptions of optical illusions.

Seventh grader Dylan Taitano's paintball project earned first place in the Consumer Testing Division, in addition to a special society award from San Diego Association for Rational Inquiry. Dylan’s project has also been selected to go on to the next state level.

Kaleigh Scott, a seventh grader, won a second place in the Medical/Health Category discovering the effects of music on heart-rate.

Seventh grader Ian Hawkins earned a third place in the Physics Division with a soccer project

"The science teachers, along with the whole school community are so very proud of the hard work of these students," said principal Linda McCotter.

 

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