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Les Meyer
Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Fairfield students in grades 7-12 attended Science Olympiad in Bozeman on November 26th.  These students began practicing once a week starting the first week of October. Our students learned the process of trial and error as well as grit.  They were exposed to techniques and strategies to apply STEM to the world of problem solving. By participating in Science Olympiad they had the opportunity to spend time on a college campus and be around hundreds of students who enjoy the process of science as well.  Good job students and congratulations on completing, competing and learning!

High School:

Anatomy and Physiology: 28th place (Kaylee Bouma and Rylan S)
Astronomy: 1st place (Rylan Signalness. and Luke Ostberg.)
Experimental design: 35th place (Alexa Johnson and Mykenna Rosenkrance)
Fossils: 33rd place (Darrah R. and Max Gjerde)
Geologic mapping: 12th place (Bostyn Pearson and Natalie Kolste)
Gravity vehicle: 27th place (Sami Debolt and Tori Jones)
Sounds of music: 24th place (Max Gjerde and Shea Ostberg)
Wright stuff: 23rd place (Emma Woods and Presley Becker)
Write it do it: 27th place (Natalie Kolste and Bostyn Pearson)

Jr. High:

Crime Busters: 30th place (McCann Purcell & Robyn Mathison) 
Heredity: 35th place (Kail Bouma & Robyn Mathison) 
Mission Possible: 19th place (Blair Smith & McCann Purcell)
Mousetrap Vehicle: 36th place (Kyona Yeager & Kail Bouma)