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Super Scientists: Opstad Science Fair is Thursday, open to public

Opstad Elementary School in North Bend holds a big science fair, opening to the public at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22.

Last year’s 2011 OES Science Fair featured 320 student participants with 290 projects, plus community members giving various “hands-on” science demonstrations to the public. “Super Scientist” awards recognized the top 50 projects.

The number of students participating and community members attending has steadily grown over the years to become one of the largest Snoqualmie Valley School District events. It solely focuses on academics and how it relates to real-life.

The OES Science Fair is sponsored by the Opstad PTA. Opstad Elementary School is located in North Bend just off Cedar Falls Way at 1345 Stilson Avenue. For directions and info, call (425) 831-8300 or visit www.OpstadElementary.org.

 

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