Incredible Projects Showcased at ASD-N North Shore Regional STEM Fair

Posted: March 29, 2017

Students working with LittleBits

On March 25, students participated in the ASD-N North Shore Regional STEM Fair held at Terry Fox Elementary School. Students had a chance to present their projects to a group of judges from the community. Students also took part in hands-on STEM sessions focused on robotics, programming and making. A highlight video and image gallery of the days events can be viewed on the STEM North website.

Six Golden Tickets and six Golden eTickets were awarded. The Golden Ticket and Golden eTicket winners are entitled to bring their project to STEM Fest to be showcased with other Golden Ticket winners from across the district and be entered into draws for exciting prizes exclusive to Golden Ticket holders.

Golden Ticket winners also are invited to present their project at the River Valley Science Fair in Fredericton on April 7th, 2017.

Golden Ticket Winners

Project: R.I.S.E (Robotic, Interactive, Scientific, Experiment)

Areeb Rasul, Superior Middle School

Project: Solar Panel Charger

Jessica Smith, Superior Middle School

Project: How Strong Is Your Spaghetti?

Emma Boylan, Superior Middle School

Project: Spot the Rot

Kendyl Daley, Superior Middle School

Project: Think Before You Drink

Jenna Kong, Superior Middle School

Project: Electro Magnet Stick

Zachary Poirier, Superior Middle School

Golden eTicket Winners

Project: Coastal Wind

Aiden Driscoll, Janeville Elementary School 

Project: Chemical Energy

Owen Driscoll and Brody Daley, Janeville Elementary School

Project: Colortastic

Ava Silver and Sadie Smith, Janeville Elementary School

Project: Are Goldfish Trainable?

Charles Furlotte-Tonks, Parkwood Heights

Project: Bouncing Egg

Issac Chamberlain, Parkwood Heights

Project: Flower H20 Power

Lexi-Lyn Good, Parkwood Heights