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Student Scientists Compete at Senior Fair

Student Scientists Compete at Senior Fair
Posted on 04/04/2024
Sullivan Community School student with Fears and Phobias display Six students from Grey and Bruce counties are preparing for an opportunity of a lifetime as they were selected to represent Team Bluewater at the 2024 Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF).

Team Bluewater has been working tirelessly to prepare for the upcoming competition.  The following members of the team were selected from over 112 projects at the Senior Bluewater Regional Science and Technology Fair held at the Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound on Wednesday, April 3, 2024. The members of the team are:

• Emily Caulfeild, St. Mary’s High School, “Diving Into Social Behaviours of Fish”;
• Charlotte Woodhouse, St. Mary’s High School, “How Inbreeding Levels Affect Fertility in Holsteins”;
• Chayle Oatts, St. Mary’s High School, “Fertilizer Growth”;
• Lucas Muir, Hepworth Central Public School, “Hydro Harvest”;
• Oscar Weerasinghe, St. Anthony’s School, “Breakfast on the Brain”;
• Theodora Roberts, Blue Mountain Wild School, “Gro(w)zone: The Effects of Ozonated Water on Plant Growth”.

A full list of the medalists and award winners can be found by visiting

The Senior Bluewater Regional Science and Technology Fair would not be possible without the assistance of many volunteer judges and sponsors.  The committee extends thanks to all CWSF Team sponsors.

This year’s national fair will be taking place from May 25 to June 1 at Carleton University in Ottawa.  Over 400 students from across Canada will be completing for almost $1 million worth of awards and scholarships, including trips to international competitions and the coveted title of being Canada’s Top Young Scientist.  To learn more about CWSF 2024, visit

Source: Bluewater Regional Science and Technology Fair media release
Bluewater District School Board is located on the traditional land of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, which is represented by the communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation.
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