"Students Showcase Creativity and Scientific Inquiry at Annual Science Fair!"

Young minds sparked with curiosity and ingenuity took center stage at the annual science fair hosted by Mrs. Selina Gonzalez Olvedo and Mrs. Sonia Perez. The event, held on May 24th, 2024, celebrated the innovative endeavors of sixth and seventh-grade students at Sterling Fly Junior High.
In Mrs. Selina Gonzalez Olvedo's sixth-grade class, Xavier Rodriguez and Roland Lopez clinched the top spot with their groundbreaking project, followed by Aaliyah Deleon, Sienna Moreno, and Raelynn Cantu securing second place. Noah Chapa and Richard Zarate rounded up the winners' circle with their impressive third-place finish.
Meanwhile, in Mrs. Sonia Perez's seventh-grade class, Team Mustang received commendation for their contributions to the fair, highlighting the collaborative spirit among students across grade levels.
The event wasn't just about accolades; it was about the science itself. A series of captivating images captured the essence of the students' projects. From the classroom scene of young scientists dissecting earthworms under the guidance of Mrs. Gonzalez Olvedo to the captivating "oobleck" experiment conducted by three enterprising girls, the photos encapsulated the hands-on learning experiences that fostered scientific curiosity.
Overall, the science fair served as a testament to the students' dedication, creativity, and passion for scientific inquiry. As they continue to explore the wonders of the world around them, these young scientists are poised to make meaningful contributions to the field of science and beyond.