Summerland students excel at science fair

Nine Summerland students are among 30 from the Okanagan Skaha School District who will advance to the regional science fair.

Jacqueline Mansiere

Jacqueline Mansiere

Nine Summerland students are among 30 from the Okanagan Skaha School District who will advance to the regional science fair in Kelowna on April 9.

The students were selected at the district science fair at Summerland Secondary School last week.

Jacqueline Mansiere, a Grade 8 student, had the top project. Her project was titled, Filthy Water Cannot be Washed.

Grade 7 students from Summerland are Patrick Geertz with Any Buggy There?, Averi Boerboom with What Scents are Dogs Most Attracted To? and Emily Walton with Songbird.

Grade 8 students from Summerland are Riley Noble with What are the Effects of Dams?, Justina Durand with Porky Protein and Esunda Manuel with What Wrapping Keeps Apples Freshest?

Grade 10 students from Summerland are Grant Mansiere with Depression Question: Why Teens? and Emily Eaton with Biofuels.