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Fun at the Waimea Country School Science Fair

<p>Waimea Country School students, from left, Bradley Carlson, Alyssa Dunlap, and Makoa Painton share what they’ve learned about eating different plant parts with guest scientist Jim Thomas of Canada France Hawaii Telescope during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Waimea Country School students, from left, Bradley Carlson, Alyssa Dunlap, and Makoa Painton share what they’ve learned about eating different plant parts with guest scientist Jim Thomas of Canada France Hawaii Telescope during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Waimea Country School student James Levitan takes a close look at a seed collection during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Waimea Country School student James Levitan takes a close look at a seed collection during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Waimea Country School student Myla Tsuji, left, learns about healthy hearts as she listens to her classmate Tiana Johnson’s heartbeat with a homemade stethoscope while visiting the kindergarten class during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Waimea Country School student Myla Tsuji, left, learns about healthy hearts as she listens to her classmate Tiana Johnson’s heartbeat with a homemade stethoscope while visiting the kindergarten class during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

<p>Waimea Country School student Ethan Levine, right, explains his science project about making a hot air balloon to guest scientist Randy Campbell of the W. M. Keck Observatory at the school’s recent science fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)</p>

Waimea Country School student Ethan Levine, right, explains his science project about making a hot air balloon to guest scientist Randy Campbell of the W. M. Keck Observatory at the school’s recent science fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Waimea Country School students, from left, Bradley Carlson, Alyssa Dunlap, and Makoa Painton share what they’ve learned about eating different plant parts with guest scientist Jim Thomas of Canada France Hawaii Telescope during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Waimea Country School student James Levitan takes a close look at a seed collection during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Waimea Country School student Myla Tsuji, left, learns about healthy hearts as she listens to her classmate Tiana Johnson’s heartbeat with a homemade stethoscope while visiting the kindergarten class during the school’s recent Science Fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)

Waimea Country School student Ethan Levine, right, explains his science project about making a hot air balloon to guest scientist Randy Campbell of the W. M. Keck Observatory at the school’s recent science fair. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WCS FOR NHN)