Each year students in grades 4 through 6 participate in the Science Fair. With projects in either the biological or physical categories, each student must complete an essay paper, project display board, and accompanying experiment and results. Outside judges evaluate each project based on purpose, hypothesis, procedure, and results. Awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd place and honorable mention are awarded to students in each grade and category. Six students (Lalah Culpepper, Colton Lunn, Marissa Robledo, Shamiah Thomas, Peyton Underwood, and Madison Vocino) participated in the AISA District Science Fair. Macon East students proudly took 3 of the 6 awards presented at District and advanced to the State Science Fair on February 1. Madison Vocino received a 1st place ribbon at district for her biological project “Static Electricity and Humidity.” Colton Lunn’s “Toungue-Tastic” entry took 2nd place at district, while Marissa Robledo’s physical science project “Which Type of Antenna Will Allow Someone to Call for Help” earned a 3rd place ribbon. We congratulate these outstanding winners and all of our science fair participants on the hard work that was put into each project and essay.