Students Shine at Manitoba Schools Science Symposium

Published on: April 26, 2017

Linden Christian School had 20 students in attendance at the Manitoba Schools Science Symposium on April 21-23. Congratulations to all of our students on placing well and doing a great job of repesenting our school. Thank you to our Middle Years teachers and parents for supporting students throughout the Science Fair process. The table below outlines MSSS medals and Special Awards that were received.


Name Grade Project Title MSSS Medal Special Award
Greta B. 5BP Energy Drinks: The Monster in a Can Gold Best Individual Chemistry Award (Elementary)
Bronwyn G. 5G Kombucha Silver
Jane W. 5P Does the Shape of a Bath Bomb Affect How Fast it Dissolves Gold
Abby S. 5P Can You Taste It? Gold
Elisabeth T. 5G Decisions, Decisions, Decisions Gold Manitoba Neuroscience Network Prize and $100
Cole A. 5G How Stick Flex Affects Puck Velocity Bronze
Luke H. 5BP Does Your Pooch Have a Paw Preference? Silver
Samuel B. 5P Does the Flex of a Hockey Stick Affect the Speed of a Shot? Bronze
Beck W. 7S Pulse Jet Bronze
Joel T. 7L Forged for Fire Honourable Mention
Antonietta B. 7L Medicinal Marijuana Gold
Ari H. 7S Ghost Tones Honourable Mention
Sandi M. 7L Fix it or Ditch it Silver
Maximilian O. 7L Who will Win the Stanley Cup? Gold
Isabella P. 7B Are Your Everyday Products Harmful Gold
Sabrina S. 7L Green Living Toothpaste Silver
Caleb T. 12 Electric Longboard Silver Engineering Geoscientists Manitoba Award and $325
Caleb T. 12 Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation as a Visual Prosthetic to those with Acquired Blindness Gold Canadian Medical & Biological Engineering Award and $50, invitation to present at the  CMBEC40, with student membership with CMBES provided, Best Biological Science Group Award (Senior) and $150
Skylar K. 5P Using Comparable Ingredients in Chocolate Chip Cookies Silver
Karissa G. 7L Celiac Disease Silver



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