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'Running on Water' takes top honors at science fair

The St. Isidore School small gymnasium was alive with science experiments last week as students in grades 6-8 displayed their projects at the annual fair.

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--Sharon Leone contributed to this story.

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Posted by Courtney Corda
a resident of Blackhawk
on Feb 11, 2010 at 8:03 am

Nice to see a positive story about local education. Thank you Danville Weekly for giving kids public recognition and encouragement for their science education achievements! I hope you will cover the Tri-Valley Science and Engineering Fair and some of the other elementary school science fairs as well, such as the one at Green Valley and the big Monte Vista Science Alliance fair in April.


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