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Photo gallery: West View Elementary School science fair

| Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
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Science fair judge Dave Callen of Reserve Township asks fourth-grader Aracia Uechi about her project titled 'What Color Absorbs Heat the Best?' during West View Elementary School's annual science fair Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
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Fourth-grader Makenna Smith, 9, tells North Hills School District Superintendent Patrick Mannarino about her science project titled 'Apples to Apples' during West View Elementary School's annual science fair Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
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Ross Elementary School Principal David Lieberman listens to West View Elementary School fourth-grader Daniel Rossmiller talk about his science project titled 'Longest Lasting Gum Flavor' during the West View school's annual science fair Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
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Fourth-grader Zachary Streza, 9, talks about the graph for his project titled 'Growing Gummy Bears' during West View Elementary School's annual science fair Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal
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Joe Dinkel of West View reviews journal entries done by fourth-grader Carson Meckler, 9, for his science project during West View Elementary School's annual science fair Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. Randy Jarosz | For the McKnight Journal

West View Elementary School students showed off the projects they made for their science fair to judges Feb. 5 at the school.

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