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Attention 4th and 5th Grade  Students, 

Calling all inquiring minds and budding scientists. West Newton Elementary is pleased to kick off its Annual Science Fair Competition. This is a great opportunity for WNES students to explore and/or extend their knowledge of Life Science, Earth and Space Science, Physical Science, and Engineering.  

If you are interested in participating in this year’s WNES Science Fair, please JOIN US  virtually for our Parent/Student Information Session on Thursday, September 23rd at 6:00 p.m. The Zoom Link is below. Additional information can be found on your classroom Canvas page and on the West Newton Elementary School web page under the Parent Resources tab. For more information please contact Ms. Carbart at (770)385-6472 or by email at Carbart.Rhonda@newton.k12.ga.us


Click below to read more in the Science Fair Packet!
Newton County School System Elementary Science Fair Packet Aug 31 2021 (1).docx

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                Meeting ID: 993 8080 6300                                                            Passcode: 165122


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