Students grades 5-12 who placed in the Park City School District Science Fair on Feb. 25 qualified for the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair
Students grades 5-12 who placed in the Park City School District Science Fair on Feb. 25 qualified for the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair held at the University of Utah March 18-20. Ben Olson/Park Record.
The Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair was held March 18-20 at the University of Utah's Center for Science and Mathematics Education, which also operates the event. Park City School District students who placed at the district science fair held on Tuesday, Feb. 25, participated, and several placed in their respective categories and won special awards.

Students in grades 5-12 advanced to the elementary, junior and senior divisions, and there was at least one winner from each school in PCSD in each division.

Elizabeth Prucka and Maddie Reed are students at Park City High School, and their project, "Guns, Flames and Steel 2.0: Modern Armor for Modern Warfare," not only placed first in their category but has qualified them for the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, Calif. for the second year in a row.

The other PCSD students who placed at the event are listed in the graphic below.



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