This year’s Frontier Elementary School Science & Mathematics Fair was a huge success. More than 400 science and mathematics projects were displayed at Frontier’s Science & Mathematics Fair Open House, held on Feb. 23.
Thanks to all parents, family, friends and students who came out to see the amazing experiments. Special thanks to this year’s judges, members of the Seminole Ridge High School National Honor Society.
The Frontier family is proud of the hard work and effort displayed during this year’s science fair. Frontier will be represented at the Palm Beach County Science & Mathematics Fair, to be held May 11-12 at the South Florida Fairgrounds, with many students, classes and groups.
First grade individual awards were given to science students Corinne Westhoff, Zoe Hawkins and Leah Marina, and math students Olivia Madzi and Maryanne Specker. Second grade individual awards were given to science students Micah Johnson and Lindsay Nevarez, and math student Josie Molodowitz.
Third grade individual awards were given to science students Christian Noble, Reagan Bresnahan, Sydney Bass, Dylan Hansom, Alex Bouker and Ayden LaDuke, and math student Holden Eppolito.
Fourth grade individual awards were given to science students Savannah Edworthy, Jaci Dulany, Natalie Jurado, Kylie Ledbetter and Cristina King.
Fifth grade individual awards were given to science students Anthony Marino, Chase Grube, Gabriel Williams, Elias Regalado, Andrew Reakes, Carter Johnson and Leanna Beck, and math students Julia Taylor, Hunter Gallardo and Antonio Caputo.
The kindergarten math class award went to Debbie Cano’s class, and the science award went to Debbie Foreman’s class.
The first grade science class award went to Michelle O’Sullivan’s class, while the second grade science class award went to Rosa Cabrera’s class.
The fourth/fifth grade team math award went to Olga Vidal’s team.
ABOVE: Frontier Elementary School Science Fair winners.