Sophia Goldberg business manager
The Beverly Hills Science Fair, sponsored by the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, occurred in Beverly’s cafeteria and third floor patio this past Saturday, October 22, 2016. Students from all five schools in the district participated, and scientists, doctors and public officials judged the various age groups.
Third place winners Willow Hebroni and Stephanie Liao respond to Dr. Brian Goldberg's and Dr. Daniel Nazarian's questions about which ice creams melt the fastest and how to make sure your ice cream doesn't melt.
Superintendent Steve Kessler and former mayor Barry Brucker ask third graders Race Findley, Ezra Albert and Luke Bendixen to explain the effects of soda on teeth.
Amelia Lanzer, the third place winner in her category, answers her judge's question about her hypothesis on how clouds form.
Board member Noah Margo listens carefully to third grader Sofia Giovine's description of her scribbling machine invention.
Kindergartener Keegan Walmsley poses with judges Board President Howard Goldstein and Les Bronte after demonstrating his experiment that a larger ball will bounce higher.
First grader Hannah Davis explains to Madeline Ho and Simon Johnson her experiment on the capillary action in celery.