Assessing their scientific abilities – Monroe County Beacon

Skyvue Science Students Break Record with Innovative Straw Bridge at Science Olympiad Event

The Science Olympiad showcased the innovative thinking and dedication of Skyvue students as they worked together to build a bridge of straws capable of holding cars. Laurie Collert’s excitement was palpable as her team broke a record during the event. Neil Ritchie, a Skyvue Science Teacher, entered Angie Binegar’s room to witness the excitement firsthand.

The team’s hard work and collaboration paid off as they achieved their goal of breaking a record. The Science Olympiad was a huge success for the Skyvue students, demonstrating their problem-solving skills and commitment to excellence in science education.

The event served as a testament to the students’ teamwork and innovative thinking, as well as the support and guidance provided by their teachers. Skyvue continues to foster a culture of excellence in science education, encouraging students to push boundaries and reach their full potential.

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