Lylah O’Brien-Paquin was one of several School District 52 students who showed off their science projects at the 2017 Science Fair

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Jhian Mahboubi, Lylah O'Brien-Paquin and Owen Davies triumph at SD52 2017 Science Fair

The 2017 School District 52 Science Fair, held at the Port Interpretive Centre on April 1, showed off the many briliiant and creative minds that the Prince Rupert school district had to offer.Among the many terrific submissions, were top-three finishers Jhian Mahboubi, Lylah O’Brien-Paquin and Owen Davies.Mahboubi collected first overall for a virtual reality and learning entry, O’Brien-Paquin and her project that tested the laws of gravity, mass and friction using a go-kart and three ramps came in second, and Davies’ air quality entry came third.Congratulations to all participants.

 

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