Science, technology and invention projects fill the Ponitz Career Tech Center gym during Dayton Public Schools’ 2018 science fair. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Dayton students’ inventions, science skills take stage Saturday

Dayton Public Schools’ annual Science, Technology and Invention Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Ponitz Career Tech Center, 741 Washington St. in Dayton.

DPS officials said all district schools have submitted student entries, which will be judged by grade level starting in the morning. Students present their projects to the judges and discuss their findings.

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Project topics include biochemistry, botany, computer science, earth and space sciences. Each project must follow a scientific method within strict guidelines.

Ribbons will be distributed to winning entries starting at 12:45 p.m. Entries that earn a “superior” rating will qualify to compete regionally at Central State University on March 23.

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