Webster Central School District

Decades Old Fair Develops Scientific Wonder

The Webster Central School District continues to celebrate a scientific tradition 35 years in the making! Each year, approximately 160 kindergarteners through fifth graders participate in the Plank Road South Elementary School Science Fair.

Students use the scientific method to research topics of their choosing. Participation in the fair is by choice and gives students the opportunity to present their finished projects to a panel of volunteer adult judges, their classmates, and families. Awards are then given to winners at different grade levels, but the real reward is the sense of wonder and excitement these budding student scientists experience as they research their chosen topics.


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