Annual science fair encourages students’ problem-solving skills


Stating her case: Science judges Karen Friesen and Dennis Hoover listen to Eastern Hancock fourth-grader Shelby Tincher discuss her project during the Eastern Hancock Schools Science Fair on Thursday. (Photo/Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

Spudtacular: Eastern Hancock seventh-grader Eric Langley, 13, checks his potato experiment during Thursday's Eastern Hancock Science Fair. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

CHARLOTTESVILLE — On the list of life’s more enduring and compelling questions, “How bad do I smell?” must rank at or near the top on any given day.

Fortunately, Eastern Hancock Elementary School fifth-grader Chelsi McMahan has studied the issue scientifically, and her results were published Thursday at the Eastern Hancock Schools annual Science Fair.

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