• Published November 29, 2022

    Fifth graders at Scales Elementary had their work on display on Friday, November 18.

    During the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Fair, students set up presentations in the cafeteria as their families and fellow students toured the room. Projects focused on everything from creating remote-controlled vacuums to finding which type of soil is best for plants.

    "My project was about what material best stops fruit from rotting," said SES student James Sokolowski. "It was different for each fruit. For bananas, it was a Tupperware container. For strawberries, it was aluminum foil."