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Hopewell Elementary School (HES) in Hopewell Borough hosted its annual Science Fair for Kindergarten through 5th graders this past Friday evening March 13th. HES saw a record participation with 249 students registered — 65% of school!
And students in 4th and 5th grades also had the option to participate in “Invention Convention” with some very interesting inventions were presented.
The night featured Scientific Expo presentations by Bear Tavern STEM 4th graders, with Mrs. Laughlin and Mrs. Overman, live animals by Eyes on the Wild, fingerprinting by Hopewell Police dept, and presentations by Hopewell Burueu of Fire safety, Hopewell Valley Central High School robotics club, Engineering for kids STEM and many more. The evening was complete with “Dr. Hydrogen’s Supersonic Science Show” featuring HES teacher Helen Corvelyn and her husband Graig Corvelyn.
Special thanks to sponsors Hopewell Harvest Fair, Janssen, Hopewell Valley Education Foundation, Engineering for Kids, and Aztec Graphics!