Young scientists show off their work at Locust Valley Science Fair

Young scientists took over the Locust Valley Intermediate School gym on March 19 to show off their creative and informative projects for the annual science fair.

Third to fifth grade students brought in tri-fold boards and innovative creations such as DNA strands made out of nail files, robotic arms and clay recreations of the brain to show to their parents and the high school student judges. While one grade stayed in the gym and presented their projects to the judges, the other two grades learned how to make safe chemical reactions and mechanized creations from the Locust Valley High School robotics teams.

Each group of students did an incredible job going through the scientific process and putting together their intricate projects.