Frontier Days

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Fog tornado. Two Frontier Schools students show off their “fog tornado” project to judges Abdulbaki Agbas and Mark Reynolds during the school’s science fair. Leslie Collins

By Leslie Collins
Northeast News
January 8, 2014

 About 800 students in grades fourth through 9th participated in the science fair. Projects ranged from how caffeine affects the heart rate to underwater volcanoes to plant growth and more.

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