Did you ever wonder if finger prints are hereditary? How much grease is actually in those potato chips you eat? Or if the heat of your armpits could generate enough energy to charge your iPhone? These questions, and many more, were answered at the St. John the Baptist Catholic School annual science fair on March 7.
Fourth- and fifth-graders at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Vermillion participated in a free, two-day workshop over spring break to write basic computer code using LEGO Mindstorm NXT software.
In the book, “Flat Stanley,” Stanley was flattened by a bulletin board and sent through the mail on a variety of adventures.
Likewise, the “flat” versions of the 14 second-grade students at St. John the Baptist Catholic School in Vermillion have had their share of adventures through the area, the country, and beyond – one went to Germany. And all within a matter of weeks.
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