BONIFAY — From cause to effect, fourth-grade students of Bonifay Elementary School were proud to show off their science projects to family and fellow classmates at the return of the Science Fair on May 24.


BONIFAY — From cause to effect, fourth-grade students of Bonifay Elementary School were proud to show off their science projects to family and fellow classmates at the return of the Science Fair on May 24.



For the first time in a long time, Bonifay Elementary School held a Science Fair, and event coordinator Anna Beth Rackley said she was surprised at the amount of support shown from the school’s fourth grade classes.



“I wanted to do something to get students excited and involved in science,” said Rackley. “Much to my surprise 40 students volunteered. This event was completely on a voluntary basis and to have this much support for the first year is amazing.”



The judges were Chipola College students with science majors.



Rackley said she would like to see this become an annual event and hopes that more grades will want to participate.