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The winners of North Bay Elementary’s science fair were announced at Friday’s assembly. Audra Freeman won first place for her project Can Music Soothe the Soul. Lane Rubio won second place with his Dirty Business. Three students tied for third place: Tripp Barraclough’s Catapult Launch; Keegan Wall’s Bacteria Is Everywhere and Marlie Feuerstein’s Feeding Flowers. Other top projects were Brayden Pepperman’s Do sugary Drinks Stain Your Teeth?, Gavin Garcia’s Produce Power, Ava Smith’s Rubber Band Engine, Nijyah Abbott’s Exposing Corrosion, Bryson Soffra’s White Candles vs. Colored, Aidan Sudduth’s Which Wood Glue is Stronger and Nathan Doering’s Weathering Rocks. The students' science teacher is Maria Connally.

Bay High students had the opportunity to experience the U.S. Army’s Interactive Semi’s virtual reality system and interactive robotic arm simulator when recruiters visited the school Tuesday. Sgt. First Class Perry said the goal of the visit was to share the benefits and options the Army has to offer. Sgt. Webb talked with the students about leadership, motivation and service. Students experienced a virtual reality jump with the Army’s Golden Knights and maneuvered a small robot’s arm to pick up objects.

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