Fifth grade experiment: first place: Clara Peterson “Bath Bomb Breakdown”, second place: Kendall Koenen “Will Seeds Germinate?”, third place: Jolene Fosse “Dogs vs. Humans: Which Has a Cleaner Mouth?”, honorable mention: Logan Klehr “Erosion”, honorable mention: Rylee Weller “Is Your Dog Left or Right Pawed?” and honorable mention: Boe Mesker “Candle Carousel”.

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The Henning Elementary gym was filled with science projects from students in grades 4-6 on Thursday.

Sixth grade experiment: first place: Chance Greenwaldt “Does the Broken Telephone Exist Today?”, second place: Abbigale Godding “Oxidation Race”, second place Addison Bode “Eat This Not That” (not pictured), third place: Haley Hanson “Bath Bombs”, honorable mention Brenden Weller “What Contains Oranges Better?” and honorable mention: Garrett Haglund “Which Airplane Flew the Furthest?”

Fourth grade experiment: first place:  Olivia DeYonge “Melting Point”, second place:  Joseph Godding “Rat Splat”, third place:  Adyson Bergstrom “Food Bubbles”, honorable mention:  Lillian Grieger “We Eat Nails for Breakfast” and honorable mention: Jocelyn Doll “Big Bubble Gum”.

Sixth grade research: first place: Ella Horn  “The 4 Cattle Stomachs”, second place: John Umland  “Oak Trees” and third place Tyson Eckhoff  “Tornado Alley”.