Cataline students to practice science

Cataline Elementary School competed in a science fair with demonstrations of the usefulness of the scientific method for solving problems.

Cataline Elementary School students competed in a school science fair, Thursday, Feb. 20 with some demonstrations of the usefulness of the scientific method for solving problems, says science fair event teacher and co-ordinator Stephen Dickens.

The top 10 projects earned a berth in the district level competition that took place Tuesday, Feb. 25th in 100 Mile House.

The winning Cataline students are Linden Hay, Matthew and Trevor Jacques, Liam Lauren, Emma Pittman, Kerri Rankin, Devyn Baerg, Jaedyn Shortreed, Mitchell Ryan, Ethan Ransome, and Paris Masters.

“Look for these students to excel as the level of competition rises,” Dickens says.