Nicole McGaw’s first-grade class will be representing Frontier Elementary School in the Palm Beach County Science and Mathematics Fair in May. Their class project, “Beat the Heat,” won first place in the classroom category at Frontier’s science fair on March 7. The project will compete against other first-grade class projects on May 7 at the South Florida Fairgrounds. Frontier Science Fair Coordinator Molly Harding is extremely proud of the hard work of these young scientists.
In other news, Harding has announced that 34 Frontier students will represent the school at the county science and mathematics Fair in May. The following students will compete in the Science division: Reagan Bresnahan, Wyatt Ortlip, Austin Hall, Lisette Ruiz, Skyler Steiert, Raquel Steiert, Madison Howell, James Webb, Thomas Alfaya, Macy Brockelbank, Kayla Sandrie, Olivia Arnold, Audley Works, Savannah Goss, Laura Arredondo, Leonardo Caputo, R.J. Sorensen, Kaitlyn Cook, Tyler Williams, Nicholas Lafferty, Sam Martinelli and Drake Millhausen. Competing in the Math category are: Ayden LaDuke, Alivia Jatzlau, Kerriann Asensio, Michelle Hopkins, Martina Wheeler, Jackson Harding, Kailee Matthews, McKinley Harding, Dylan Justin, Brandon Domaceti and Jacob Hargesheimer.
Harding would like to thank the Seminole Ridge High School National Honor Society for judging this year’s science fair.
Above: Nicole McGaw’s first-grade class from Frontier Elementary School.