Rotary Central Annual Science Fair

| 11/05/2009

(CNS): A range of projects covering all aspects of science including life sciences, food/health, physics/chemistry and earth sciences was on display at the annual Rotary Central Science Fair, held on 2 May in the auditorium of the Cayman Prep and High School. There were 16 competitors representing 5 schools. The overall winner for presenting the best project was Brandon Johnson, aged 13, from Leading Edge High School, who received a cash prize (held in trust towards his future college education) of $3000 and a laptop computer.

Kelly Sun from St Ignatius, Diarra Hoyte from Leading Edge, Evan Forth from Cayman International School, and Michael Sun from St Ignatius were all also awarded first prizes of $3000 in trust, according to a Rotary release.

The Science Fair will be back next year to encourage secondary school pupils to take a personal interest in science and the world of work that science supports.

Rotary Central would like to thank all those who contributed to the success of this event including all their sponsors and their project mentors. Special thanks to Rotarians Walt Mustin and April Lewis who organized the event.


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