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DHS Science Fair

The commons area of De Soto High School was host to a slew of snakes, a pneumatic cannon capable of firing 53 meters and robotic machines capable of sorting colored marbles, all part of the school's annual science fair. Students from all the DHS science classes, as well as a few students from Mize Elementary, showed their hard work to teachers, parents and community members on Wednesday, April 27.

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DHS engineering teacher Chad Metcalf helps sophomore Favio Balenzuela check the wiring of his marble ...

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Taylor Sharp, 5, helps DHS senior Hilary Schmidt name the fish in her aquaponics project ...

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De Soto High School senior Olivea Guzicki holds Bones the Prairie King Snake in her ...

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Mize Elementary fifth-grader Zach Deibert explains his pneumatic cannon to DHS science teacher Laura Moley ...

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Seniors Parker Williams (left) and Joseph Seidl check to see if the skull is going ...

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