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STEM Skills On Display at Seton Catholic Science Fair

Students from Seton Catholic Central High School and middle school competed against each other to see who's experiment can win the judges over.

The students began their projects fall of last year. Each project is specialized in either science, technology, engineering or math.

There are also no teachers judging the students projects, all judges are
professionals.

The teachers were proud to see students take so much out from the experience.

"So this gives students the opportunity to work on a project, long term related to that topic. They also learn some valuable skills. They learn time management, they learn oral skills actually presenting in front of the judges, that can be very nerve racking, but they practice and every time they do it they get a little bit better," said Linda Garbade, Setan Catholic Science Teacher.

The top four projects will receive metals and then go on to the Southern Tier Scholastics Science Fair.