Seventh grade students at Memorial Junior High had the opportunity to demonstrate classroom learning, as well as creativity at the Second Annual Science Fair on Thursday, 4/16 in the new gym. Parents, teachers and students attended the event, which showcased 270 science project displays covering a wide variety of topics. Each display centered around the testing of a specific hypothesis and included the seven steps of the scientific method, pictures of the student performing the experiment, as well as a chart or graph documenting the results. Students were encouraged to be creative in the process of selecting their hypothesis. Some notable examples of student hypotheses included whether a person’s age affected the amount of bacteria in their mouth, as well as if pine needles could be used as a natural plant growth inhibitor or weed killer.