Since October, students in the Science Club at Intermediate North have been working on individual science projects on their own time, outside of school hours. Students completed their projects by the end of January and then presented their projects during the first Virtual Science Fair.
The Virtual Science Fair was attended and judged by Science Supervisor Leslie Port; HS North Principal Ed Keller; HS North Director of Authentic Science Research Christine Girtain; and Intermediate North Science teachers Ashley DiFabio, Robyn Rioux, Linda Felton, Jen Bolcato, Heather Klimack, and Allison Coyle.
The students' projects have all been entered in the Jersey Shore Science Fair (JSSF) at Stockton University for judging, which will take place virtually on March 20, 2021.
Science Club Co-Directors Katie Keller and Kristin Renkin wrote in an email, "We are immensely proud of [the students'] hard work and determination to complete these science projects this year!" They continued, "We are also wishing them the best of luck in the Jersey Shore Science Fair!"
Check out the students' projects below!