Sage Canyon hosts Family Science Fair

Safi Jafri with his project “Magnets in Space”

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Sage Canyon School recently held its seventh annual Family Science Fair. The event is an opportunity for the students of Sage Canyon and their families to present their scientific accomplishments. The fair is open to all grade levels. Photos: Jon Clark

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1 Comment for “Sage Canyon hosts Family Science Fair”

  1. Zafar Jafri

    Love you my Gudda. I am really proud of you. Keep it up
    Dada

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