2013-03-14 / Top News

Linton students advance to Region Science Fair


Seventh-grader Craig Brindle (son of Alan and Bobbie Jo Brindle) advanced to the Region Science Fair with his project, “Cloudy?” Seventh-grader Craig Brindle (son of Alan and Bobbie Jo Brindle) advanced to the Region Science Fair with his project, “Cloudy?” Eight Linton seventh-graders will participate in the Region ScienceFair,whichwillbe held on March 13, in Mandan.

The Linton Science Fair was held on Feb. 21 for fifth and seventh grade students, and an open house for the winners was held March 5, in the Linton Middle School Library. The open house featured the introduction of projects and presentations by the Region Science Fair participants. Guests and students were treated to cake and ice cream following the presentation of awards.

Winners and region qualifi- ers in the seventh grade were:

• Craig Brindle (son ofAlan and Bobbie Jo Brindle)— “Cloudy?”

• Cassie Gefroh (daughter of Derald and Nancy Gefroh)—“Bacteria Farms”

• Brandon Murphy (son of Charles and Candia Murphy)—“The Demonstration of Maglev/Magnetic Levitation”


Seventh-grader Cassie Gefroh (daughter of Derald and Nancy Gefroh) advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Bacteria Farms.” Seventh-grader Cassie Gefroh (daughter of Derald and Nancy Gefroh) advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Bacteria Farms.” • Brooke Vander Laan (daughter of Chad and Meg Vander Laan)—“Acid Reactions”

• Mya Vetter (daughter of Andrew and Kristen Vetter)—“Men vs. Women- A Statistical Analysis of Marketing”

Seventh graders who did not win at the Linton Science Fair were given the option to improve on their projects in order to participate in the Region Science Fair, and three students opted to continue their projects. They were:

• Sierra Bosch (daughter of Bruce and Dixie Bosch)— “Enamel Chewers”

• Rylee Kelsch (daughter of Bryon and Wendy Kelsch)— “Let’s Make a Deal”



Brandon Murphy (son of Charles and Candia Murphy), a seventh-grader, advanced to the Region Science Fair with his project, “The Demonstration of Maglev/Magnetic Levitation.” Brandon Murphy (son of Charles and Candia Murphy), a seventh-grader, advanced to the Region Science Fair with his project, “The Demonstration of Maglev/Magnetic Levitation.”

• Riley Mattheis (son of Ross and Jami Mattheis, and the late Terra Mattheis)—“BR- R-R, It’s Cold” Fifth grade winners, who will not compete at the region level were:

• Jaden Bosch (son of Bruce and Dixie Bosch)— “Repelling Force”

• Kaitlyn Gefroh (daughter of Doug and Carrie Gefroh)—“Cleaner Mouths? Dogs vs. Humans”

• Haley Hase (daughter of Bruce and Heather Hase)— “M&M Meltdown”

• Erica Hoff-Wald (daughter of Andy Wald and Linda Hoff)—“Name Brand vs. Non-Name Brand”

• Bailey Hulm (daughter of Ryan and Jodi Hulm)— “Freezin’ Ice”

• Warren Wangler (son of Wendelin and Shirley Wangler)—“Distracted Driving” Mrs. Rhea Flyberg and Mrs. Annette Pavlicek are the advisors for the Linton Science Fair.

Mrs. Rhea Flyberg and Mrs. Annette Pavlicek are the advisors for the Linton Science Fair.

Brooke Vander Laan (daughter of Chad and Meg Vander Laan), a seventh-grader, advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Acid Reactions.” Brooke Vander Laan (daughter of Chad and Meg Vander Laan), a seventh-grader, advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Acid Reactions.”

Seventh-grader Mya Vetter (daughter of Andrew and Kristen Vetter) advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Men vs. Women-A Statistical Analysis of Marketing.” Seventh-grader Mya Vetter (daughter of Andrew and Kristen Vetter) advanced to the Region Science Fair with her project, “Men vs. Women-A Statistical Analysis of Marketing.”

Warren Wangler (son of Wendelin and Shirley Wangler) was a winner in the fifth grade for his project, “Distracted Driving.” Warren Wangler (son of Wendelin and Shirley Wangler) was a winner in the fifth grade for his project, “Distracted Driving.”

Seventh-grader Riley Mattheis (son of Ross and Jami Mattheis, and the late Terra Mattheis) will compete in the Region Science Fair with his project, “B-R-R-R, It’s Cold.” Seventh-grader Riley Mattheis (son of Ross and Jami Mattheis, and the late Terra Mattheis) will compete in the Region Science Fair with his project, “B-R-R-R, It’s Cold.”

One of the fifth grade winners was Kaitlyn Gefroh (daughter of Doug and Carrie Gefroh) for her project, “Cleaner Mouths? Dogs vs. Humans.” One of the fifth grade winners was Kaitlyn Gefroh (daughter of Doug and Carrie Gefroh) for her project, “Cleaner Mouths? Dogs vs. Humans.”

Seventh-grader Sierra Bosch (daughter of Bruce and Dixie Bosch) will take her project, “Enamel Chewers,” to the Region Science Fair. Seventh-grader Sierra Bosch (daughter of Bruce and Dixie Bosch) will take her project, “Enamel Chewers,” to the Region Science Fair.

Rylee Kelsch (daughter of Bryon and Wendy Kelsch), a seventh-grader, will compete in the Region Science Fair with her project, “Let’s Make a Deal.” Rylee Kelsch (daughter of Bryon and Wendy Kelsch), a seventh-grader, will compete in the Region Science Fair with her project, “Let’s Make a Deal.”

Erica Hoff-Wald (daughter of Andy Wald and Linda Hoff) was one of the winners in the fifth grade with her project, “Name Brand vs. Non-Name Brand.” Erica Hoff-Wald (daughter of Andy Wald and Linda Hoff) was one of the winners in the fifth grade with her project, “Name Brand vs. Non-Name Brand.”

Jaden Bosch (son of Bruce and Dixie Bosch) was a winner in the fifth grade for his project, “Repelling Force.” Jaden Bosch (son of Bruce and Dixie Bosch) was a winner in the fifth grade for his project, “Repelling Force.”

One of the fifth grade winners was Haley Hase (daughter of Bruce and Heather Hase) for her project, “M&M Meltdown.” One of the fifth grade winners was Haley Hase (daughter of Bruce and Heather Hase) for her project, “M&M Meltdown.”

Bailey Hulm (daughter of Ryan and Jodi Hulm) was one of the winners in the fifth grade with her project, “Freezin’Ice.” Bailey Hulm (daughter of Ryan and Jodi Hulm) was one of the winners in the fifth grade with her project, “Freezin’Ice.”

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