Burns Science students compete in Science Olympiad


April 28, 2022

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Standing: Coach Eric Allen, Ayden Howard, Blair Sanchez, Devlin Stokes, Elsie Gilliland, Cooper Allen, Seth McGill, Jared Talmadge, Hogan Allen, Corbin Collins, Seth McGill, Sutter Allen, Aubrey Lawson, Daljit Kaur. Sitting/kneeling: Rutley Hansen, Ellie Fogg, Shyanne Howes, Gunner Copeland, Aubrey Burns, Evy Duffield, Taytem Woodward, Maianna Siebert

Burns High School and Burns Junior High competed in the State Science Olympiad on Saturday, April 9 at Casper College. Science Olympiad is a bit like a track meet of science events. Students can pick between one and five events. Some events involve building a project, such as a bridge, a mousetrap car, a catapult, or a rocket with a parachute. Other events include designing an experiment, building models, or knowledge on tests.

The competition really gets kids engaged in STEM concepts and is great for helping develop problem solving skills. Casper College offers scholarships to any Juniors...

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