The Poland Central School District held it’s 25th annual science fair Thursday.
Over 90 projects that were chosen to participate.
The projects range from weather topics to physics and chemistry.
They are judged by judges all over Central New York.
“It gets the kids thinking outside of what they are learning in school, something that interests them. They have a question they don’t know the answer to, it allows them to answer that question,” said Kevin Ford, a science teacher at the school.
The judges plan to award around $3700 dollars worth of prizes in the different categories.