Christina Vicaro and her son, M.C. Riley Elementary School fourth-grader Domi Vicaro, check out a science project on the salt tolerance of various plants at the school, where 168 projects by first- through fifth-graders were on display for public viewing on Thursday. Most of the projects results were on the traditional folding pieces of cardboard like this one, but 17 were done on computer in the form of Powerpoint presentations.
Christina Vicaro and her son, M.C. Riley Elementary School fourth-grader Domi Vicaro, check out a science project on the salt tolerance of various plants at the school, where 168 projects by first- through fifth-graders were on display for public viewing on Thursday. Most of the projects results were on the traditional folding pieces of cardboard like this one, but 17 were done on computer in the form of Powerpoint presentations. Jay Karr, Staff photo
Christina Vicaro and her son, M.C. Riley Elementary School fourth-grader Domi Vicaro, check out a science project on the salt tolerance of various plants at the school, where 168 projects by first- through fifth-graders were on display for public viewing on Thursday. Most of the projects results were on the traditional folding pieces of cardboard like this one, but 17 were done on computer in the form of Powerpoint presentations. Jay Karr, Staff photo

PHOTO: Students compete in Bluffton science fair at M.C. Riley

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