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STUDENT PROJECTS CULMINATE IN SCIENCE FAIR

Nov. 9, 2001 – On Tuesday, Nov. 13, after weeks of preparation, the fourth and fifth graders at Antilles School will display their finished science projects for their Lower School classmates and for scientists from the community who have agreed to judge their work.
The work will be displayed in the Lower School Auditorium, where the judges, Pete Crowther, retired engineer with a Bachelor of Marine Engineering from NY Maritime Academy; Gloria Lawrenz, Middle School science teacher, Antilles School; Jay Buckley Upper School science teacher and head of Upper and Middle School, Antilles School; Larry Heikkila, professor Emeritus of Mathematics Education, UVI; Kyle Heikkila, Class of 1989, Antilles School, BS in Marine Biology, UVI; Steve Prosterman, Diving Supervisor and Captain for the Marine Science Department, UVI; and Donna Nemeth, Curator at Coral World. will view their projects.
Winners in three categories – experiments, demonstrations, and information/observation analysis – will be selected.

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Nov. 9, 2001 – On Tuesday, Nov. 13, after weeks of preparation, the fourth and fifth graders at Antilles School will display their finished science projects for their Lower School classmates and for scientists from the community who have agreed to judge their work.
The work will be displayed in the Lower School Auditorium, where the judges, Pete Crowther, retired engineer with a Bachelor of Marine Engineering from NY Maritime Academy; Gloria Lawrenz, Middle School science teacher, Antilles School; Jay Buckley Upper School science teacher and head of Upper and Middle School, Antilles School; Larry Heikkila, professor Emeritus of Mathematics Education, UVI; Kyle Heikkila, Class of 1989, Antilles School, BS in Marine Biology, UVI; Steve Prosterman, Diving Supervisor and Captain for the Marine Science Department, UVI; and Donna Nemeth, Curator at Coral World. will view their projects.
Winners in three categories – experiments, demonstrations, and information/observation analysis – will be selected.