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MSMS students show off science skills

Elementary age students from around the Golden Triangle watched in amazement as Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science students completed science demonstrations during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at MUW.

 


 

From left to right, Kameron Kidd, 9, KeJuan Jackson, 9, Danza Thomason and Jacoby Edwards, 9, react to an inertia activity taught by Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science students Tejus Kotikalapudi, 16, and Chandler Bryant, 16, during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. The activity demonstrated inertia as the metal pan was moved from underneath plastic eggs. Although the pan moved in one direction, the eggs fell straight down. / Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

From left to right, Kameron Kidd, 9, KeJuan Jackson, 9, Danza Thomason and Jacoby Edwards, 9, react to an inertia activity taught by Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science students Tejus Kotikalapudi, 16, and Chandler Bryant, 16, during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. The activity demonstrated inertia as the metal pan was moved from underneath plastic eggs. Although the pan moved in one direction, the eggs fell straight down.

 

Jasmine Van Velkinburgh, 16, and Claire Justis, 16, watch Bernie, a California Kingsnake, move around his enclosure during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. Bernie belongs to Mississippi State University vet student Savannah Matthews who brought him for students to look at. / Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

Jasmine Van Velkinburgh, 16, and Claire Justis, 16, watch Bernie, a California Kingsnake, move around his enclosure during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. Bernie belongs to Mississippi State University vet student Savannah Matthews who brought him for students to look at.

 

From left to right, Fairview Elementary Aerospace & Science Magnet School students Morgan Boss, Braylon Jones and Jordan Johnson, all 8 years old, watch in amazement as they learn about static electricity Oct. 30 at Mississippi University for Women’s Pohl Gymnasium. Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science seniors Nathaniel Lee, far left, and David Heson, far right, both 17 years old, also taught the younger students about mechanical and electrical energy. / Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

From left to right, Fairview Elementary Aerospace & Science Magnet School students Morgan Boss, Braylon Jones and Jordan Johnson, all 8 years old, watch in amazement as they learn about static electricity Oct. 30 at Mississippi University for Women’s Pohl Gymnasium. Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science seniors Nathaniel Lee, far left, and David Heson, far right, both 17 years old, also taught the younger students about mechanical and electrical energy.

 

Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science student Luke Bowles, 16, teaches Joe Cook Elementary School students about microbiology during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. Bowles reminded the young students why hand washing is important. / Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science student Luke Bowles, 16, teaches Joe Cook Elementary School students about microbiology during the MSMS Science Carnival Oct. 30 at Pohl Gymnasium. Bowles reminded the young students why hand washing is important.

 

From left to right, Kyren Walters, 9, Becky Cox, Rylee Cox, 9, and Bentlee Baucom, 8, watch as Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science student Garrett Wells, 18, scoops hydrophobic sand from a beaker during the MSMS Science Fair Oct. 30 at Mississippi University for Women’s Pohl Gymnasium. / Photo by: Jennifer Mosbrucker/Dispatch Staff

From left to right, Kyren Walters, 9, Becky Cox, Rylee Cox, 9, and Bentlee Baucom, 8, watch as Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science student Garrett Wells, 18, scoops hydrophobic sand from a beaker during the MSMS Science Fair Oct. 30 at Mississippi University for Women’s Pohl Gymnasium.

 

 

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