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Bradley Miller demonstrates his salt water battery project.

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Halle Bardsley reviews results of her tooth decay project where she placed an egg in various popular drinks overnight.

Wauneta-Palisade fifth, sixth graders hold science fair

The Wauneta-Palisade fifth and sixth graders held a science fair Tuesday, April 4. Teacher RanDee Barger said the students worked hard to prepare their projects.

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Students in Jane Lenners’ classes at Wauneta-Palisade Schools received special stickers from NASA from former student and graduate of Chase County Schools, Sandra Jones, who is completing an internship with the space program. Students included, front from left, Kyle Jutten, Koltar Rahn, Joshua Hicks, Christopher Keen, Diane Martinez, Jacksen Littrel, Jillian Martinez, back from left, Brianna Sramek, Michael Duvel, Seth Knotts, Peyton Vrbas, Sydnee Acton, Chloe Stehno, Halle Bardsley and Cali Cox.

NASA intern sends stickers, information to WP students

Sandra Jones is not only an intern at the NASA Space Program in Houston, Texas, but she is also speaking out as an advocate for all educators.


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