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Kent April 15, 2021

A junior at Webutuck High School, Samantha Meehan received an honorable mention award for her Short Term Memory and Its Effect on Eyewitness Testimonies project in this year’s 62nd Annual Virtual Dutchess County Regional Science Fair, as did seventh-grader Carlos Franco Sub. Photo submitted

Webutuck students shine at Dutchess County Regional Science Fair

WEBUTUCK — Almost a month after their projects were applauded at their school district’s first-ever Virtual STEAM Fair, Webutuck students Carlos Franco Sub and Samantha Meehan took their STEAM Fair projects to the next level, at the Dutchess County Regional Science Fair in March, earning them honorable mentions.

Though their projects weren’t judged at the fair, STEAM Fair participants from Webutuck Elementary School were rewarded with fun prizes for their hard work and creativity. Photo courtesy of Webutuck STEAM Fair Google Site

Webutuck students get inventive at virtual STEAM Fair

WEBUTUCK — Students were just as resourceful this year in demonstrating their creativity and investigation of the world around them as they’ve been in previous years as they submitted their projects, inventions and demonstrations to this year’s virtual STEAM Fair.

A kindergartner at Webutuck Elementary School, Lois Musgrave demonstrated how different flours change mold growth on bread with her Moldy Muffins STEAM project. Photo submitted

Students move full STEAM ahead

WEBUTUCK — Even with shifting to a virtual platform, Webutuck students’ creativity and innovation shone through their projects at the school district’s seventh annual STEAM Fair in February. 


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