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The Meadow Montessori School recently held its annual Science Fair, with 17 students receiving ribbons for their projects. As the only school in Monroe County continuing the tradition of hosting a school-wide science fair, director of admissions and advancement Pietrina Guy highlighted the importance of this tradition. The school has been hosting its Science Fair since 1986, with students from kindergarten through eighth grade participating.

Four judges reviewed each project and awarded prizes to the top three in five different age groupings. The judges included Sarah Howard, Cale Piedmonte-Lang, Stephanie Slat, and Frank Tryrbon. Science Fair coordinator Meg Fedorowicz emphasized that the fair is a celebration of learning, where students get to share their work and utilize the scientific method for critical thinking.

Students who received ribbons in each age group included Zayn LaHart, Jaxton Thurwanger, and Luka Madrid from kindergarten; Calvin Cunningham, Lennon Beamsley, Teddy Felder, Cash Guy, and Maximus Humphreys from first and second grades; Jase Burbo, Etta Manley, and Madison Smith from third and fourth grades; David Schall, Henry Wolbert, and Landon Warshefski from fifth and sixth grades; and Jack Hopps-Zunk, Blake McDonald

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