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Los Alamos County Science Fair Coordinator Dawn Brown, is still hard at work, even after the Regional Science Fair last week.
“The Regional Fair was a very competitive competition with our 68 LAPS students rising to the challenge,” Brown said.
“The students presented and displayed projects which garnered 37 Regional awards and 23 State Science and Engineering Fair qualifiers.”
Brown said she was impressed with the Regional Qualifiers and how they presented themselves to the judges and the public.
Prior to the event, many of them worked to get ready. “Many of them had emailed me with questions about improving upon their projects and their presentation skills,” Brown said.
The efforts of Brown and her site coordinators yielded representation of all seven LAPS schools at the fair March 2.
“The science minds of our students is amazing. Their curiosity and interests are a credit to our community that is all about discovery,” said LAPS Superintendent Dr. Gene Schmidt.
“Dawn is a sensation. Under her guidance our program has grown both in quality and in caliber.”
Once again, Brown went above and beyond the call of duty, arranging an ice cream social for those arriving the night before and a luncheon for the time in between judging and awards.
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