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Scientific endeavors at St. Vic's
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Times photo: Brenda Steurer Fourth-grader Stacy Miceli demonstrates how to make carbon dioxide Thursday during a Science Fair at St. Victor Elementary School in Monroe. Miceli used plasticine to seal the jar, forcing the carbon dioxide through a tube into a glass of colored water. Order photo
MONROE - Third-grader Ally Einbeck can tell you what those strings in celery are called. Fifth-grader Jack Schluesche will let you know which brand of paper towel is most absorbent. Third-grader Gus Waller can demonstrate Isaac Newton's first law of motion.