Down to a science


John Brown Francis Elementary school recently celebrated their 4th annual Science Fair. Anybody in grades K-6 is allowed to participate in this vountary display of students' scientific curiosity. This year 24 students made projects, consisting of a tri-fold board and a demonstration model. Each student that participates receives an "I'm a scientist" badge and a small science prize. Entries are not judged, but rather admired by the whole school. Tracey Wysor, a mother of three and a science professor at Roger Williams University, created and coordinates the event.


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Congratulations to the student-scientists mentioned above and the teachers credited with molding their success.

Never stop asking questions Alexandra, Blake Connor, Lily, Autumn, and Evan. You are the leaders of tomorrow.

Many congrats to Tracy Wysor for creating this Science Fair. Events like this one will attract new students from others areas into Warwick. New taxpayers will decrease the tax burden on the rest of us. Thank you Tracy.

Happy Spring everyone.

Rick Corrente

The Taxpayers Mayor

Friday, April 20, 2018