Glacier Creek held its second annual STEM Fair and Science Community Night on Thursday, May 5.
Twenty-seven students in grades 5-8 developed research projects and presented them while the community enjoyed a night filled with activities from local STEM-focused organizations, Glacier Creek fifth-grade teacher Sara Edbauer said.
Edbauer, a fifth-grade teacher, and eighth-grade science teacher Kelly Chadesh worked with the students from March through May to develop their projects. The Glacier Creek PTO also assisted with the event by bringing in outside organizations from UW-Madison, Pheasant Branch Conservancy, and First Robotics.
Moyraa Ali received the most votes for Best Overall Project, Abigail Ensenberger and Jenna Rogers' display received the most votes, and August Hees won Most Innovative Project.
"Thanks to all who participated and made the event special,'' Edbauer said.