Second and third grade students at the Tulsa Trail Elementary School exhibited excellence in scientific inquiry at the school’s 15th Annual Science Expo.
On Thursday, May 24th, over 250 students demonstrated their love for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics. Through an investigation using the scientific method, students conducted experiments at home with their families and presented their findings to classmates during the day. After school, all projects were put on display for families, teachers, and community members. The Expo had an attendance of over 165 families with a total of approximately 500 visitors.
Funded by the Hopatcong Education Association through a Project PRIDE Grant, all students who completed a project received a medal and certificate. Project PRIDE, sponsored by the New Jersey Education Association, began in 1994. The goal is to share the success of New Jersey’s public schools and build community support and involvement.
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