Pasco's Stevens Middle School seeks judges for science fair

Herald staffMarch 24, 2014 

Stevens Middle School in Pasco is looking for community members to help judge entries in its annual science fair Wednesday.

More than 950 projects will be on display and judging will take place throughout the day, a release said. Judges can spend the entire day at the school or as little as an hour.

Parents and other community members are invited to see the sixth- and seventh-grade projects from 6 to 7 p.m. that night. Eighth-graders will present their projects that evening at Pasco High School as part of their orientation process as they prepare for high school.

For more information on being a judge, call Stevens Middle School at 543-6798.

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