Students, Supposition, Scrutiny and Science!

Published on: March 17, 2016

Students in grades 5 and 7 at Linden Christian School participated in the annual Middle Years Science Fair on March 16, 2016. Students were interviewed and judged in the morning and projects and backboards were open for public viewing between 1:00 – 3:00pm on Wednesday. Participants had been researching and conducting experiments over the past few months and yesterday the students were able to showcase all that they had learned. Linden Christian School has a reputation for educational excellence and is dedicated to nurturing a safe, and caring learning environment. The annual Science Fair is a great opportunity for our students to be challenged academically and to have respected adults and mentors come alongside them as guides, teachers and judges.

Guests to the Science Fair had the opportunity to learn about Prader-Willi Syndrome, Concussions, Zebra Mussels and more, as well as explore a wide variety of experiments. Which Socks Will Keep Your Feet the Warmest?, Comparisons of Organic vs. Store Bought Soaps, and Discovering the Effect of a Meal on Brain Function were just a few of the fascinating experiment projects that visitors enjoyed investigating.

Science Fair finalists will be announced at the Celebration Chapel on April 8th and the selected students will be participating in the Manitoba Schools Science Symposium at the U of M on April 21-24.

Thank you to our Middle Years teaching staff for motivating and guiding our students throughout the Science Fair process and thank you to all the parents for your support of this learning opportunity.


  • Informative and compassionate project on Prader-Willi Syndrome!
  • Classrooms had a chance to tour the projects
  • Cool experiment!
  • Grade 5 projects!
  • Great project on the effects of a Brain Boosting Breakfast
  • Research project on concussions


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