STEAM Fair sparks curiosity with student projects

From left, high school junior Jeserson Damian placed second in the STEAM Fair with his perpetual motion project in the Grades 9-12 Division, while sophomore Van Edmundson and junior Hannah Lounsbury placed first with their team project on the effectiveness of cleaning hands with soap and water versus sanitizer. Photo by Kaitlin lyle

WEBUTUCK— Walking down the hallways of Eugene Brooks Intermediate School (EBIS), Webutuck students and their families saw young minds at work at the 4th Annual STEAM Fair on Saturday, Feb. 24.

Students enrolled in kindergarten through 12th  grade  participated in this year’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) Fair. By Saturday morning, the fair hosted close to 60 participants.

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