Frontier Elementary School’s science fair coordinator Molly Harding recently announced that several students were awarded top honors at the 2016 Palm Beach County Elementary Science and Mathematics Fair held at the South Florida Fairgrounds Expo Center on May 10-12.
Fifth-grader Julia Taylor won first place in the mathematics category with her project “Float My Boat.” Fourth-grader Kylie Ledbetter (science) was awarded third place in the third-grade division. The team of Mason Folk, Rebekah Smith, Genaro Acosta and Zachary Howell-Misner also earned third place in the mathematics team category.
Honorable mention was awarded to third-graders Christian Nobles (science) and Holden Eppolito (mathematics). Deborah Cano’s kindergarten class received an honorable mention in the mathematics category. Third-grader Reagan Bresnahan claimed third place in the overall STEM Energy category at the fair, and fifth-grader Antonio Caputo won Best Male Estimator of the fair.
ABOVE: Individual award winners Christian Nobles, Holden Eppolito, Julia Taylor, Antonio Caputo, Reagan Bresnahan and Kylie Ledbetter.