Student inventors work to solve life’s problems

Science teacher Joe Markow spoke to the group of parents and students who came to the Invention Convention and Science Fair presentation at Lee H. Kellogg on Tuesday, Feb. 6. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — Anyone who has ever slipped on ice while shoveling snow will appreciate Lee H. Kellogg school sixth-grader Logan Dean’s “Snow B Sandin’” invention.

It’s a lime spreader with a shovel blade attached to the front. Simply put some sand in the spreader and start moving snow. The sand provides much-needed traction.

This was one of 26 entries in the Invention Convention on display, along with eight Science Fair projects, at the school Tuesday evening, Feb. 6.

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