The Anglophone School District West STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) Expo is a science fair and so much more!

District students brought their knowledge, focus, and infectious curiosity to Woodstock’s AYR Motor Centre on Feb. 27 for this year’s STEAM Expo science fair and competition.

The event saw students showcase their own detailed, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math)-oriented projects—many with real-world applications—in a contest to win a spot at the Canada-wide Science Fair in Ottawa, May 25-June 1.

Winners of the 2024 ASD-W STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) Expo in Woodstock, NB on Feb. 27, 2024.
(L-R) ASD-W students Jack D’Entremont, Onkit Saha, and Lucas Lima Andrejanini with ASD-W Coordinator for Science and Experiential Learning Jon Hoyt-Hallett. The three received the top prize at the STEAM Expo and will represent the district at the Canada-wide Science Fair for Grade 7-12 students in Ottawa, May 25-June 1. Student Emelia Lovely (right) received a special mention for her project among elementary school participants.
Winners of the 2024 ASD-W STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics) Expo in Woodstock, NB on Feb. 27, 2024.
(L-R) ASD-W Coordinator for Science and Experiential Learning Jon Hoyt-Hallett with student Emelia Lovely, who received a special mention for her project among elementary school participants.

Three students—Lucas Lima Andrejanini, and the team of Jack D’Entremont and Onkit Saha—were chosen to represent Anglophone School District West at the Grade 7-12 national science fair, while a fourth, Bliss-Carman Middle School Grade 6 student Emelia Lovely received special mention for her outstanding work.

The four winners’ projects were chosen from a field of 37 well-researched, well-presented student projects on such subjects as ocean microplastics clean-up, geothermal energy, aircraft collision avoidance, and more. In addition, our community partners showed their support by offering educational games and interactive activities that catered to student curiosity. Those activities included brain-teasing games of skill, a hands-on soldering tutorial, and a hand-cranked lightbulb.

The district would like to thank our dedicated staff, students, parents and guardians, as well as our community partners for their efforts in making the annual STEAM Expo a success. Your dedication to our ASD-W students is truly appreciated.

Our community partners: Brilliant Labs, Science East, New Brunswick branch of the Royal Canadian Astronomical Society, The Quartermain Earth Science Centre, The Gaia Project, Agriculture in the Classroom, Conservation Council of New Brunswick, Ducks Unlimited.

Project TitleStudentSchool
The Health Oracle: Identifying individuals health conditions and future health state using Artificial IntelligencePranav ShuklaBliss Carman Middle School
How an Artificial Pancreas demonstrates the impact of type 1 and type 2 diabetesAbhiraj Kambrath, Joshua ChakramakilFredericton High School
Bleu Èquilibre – Balayage de Mer: Initiative de Récupération des MicroplastiquesArielle Gallant Bliss Carman Middle School
Projet Sans PressionEmelia LovelyBliss Carman Middle School
Sèche-ongles Magnifique!Hannah Miles, Addison OldroydBliss Carman Middle School
Nettoyage D’un Maree NoireClaire MurphyBliss Carman Middle School
Toasty ToesMadeline MelansonBliss Carman Middle School
Comment la pureté de l’eau affecte-telle tension superficielleCheyenne ShepherdNashwaaksis Middle School
Les pommesCharley MannPerth-Andover Middle School
Compairison de SucreAmelia PetersBliss Carman Middle School
Test De DentifriceKatherine NobleBliss Carman Middle School
SupercoolGrace CoadyBliss Carman Middle School
Shrinking liquidsMason Liston MarkeyBliss Carman Middle School
The Breath Visibility ExperimentHarshu Muthu Kumar, Sayumi RajakulathungaGeorge Street Middle School
Un nouvelle conception de le l’SSI: Astro-unity starbasePriya MishraNashwaaksis Middle School
Est-ce qu’un pont à poutres est plus fort ou le même qu’on pont en treillis?Jack HoodNashwaaksis Middle School
Ultimate AlarmKevin and Eric ChenNashwaaksis Middle School
Geothermal EnergyKaylee StevensNashwaaksis Middle School
Covid-19Aidah RahmanNashwaaksis Middle School
Air velocity : Can a fan make waves?Sofiia MatiukhanovGeorge Street Middle School
Fruits vs Veggies : A Test of Energy ProductionObhik SahaLiverpool Street Elementary School
WeatherBenton DavenportDonald Fraser Memorial School
Les personalités des élèves dans notre classeSophia SharpNashwaaksis Middle School
A novel solution to make water readily available!Purab MahadevaswamyBliss Carman Middle School
Le bol du pontIsaac WuestBliss Carmen Middle School
Robert Cornish: The scientist who tried to bring the dead from the afterlifeKarol Jimenez BarrientosNashwaaksis Middle School
Wind turbinesMiia BruceNashwaaksis Middle School
L’humidité des lotionsSophia Dickinson, Olivia AtkinsonNashwaaksis Middle School
How screen time affects little kidsEllie Dickinson, Maddie FlaggNashwaaksis Middle School
La musique et les émotionsCaleb JeffriesNashwaaksis Middle School
The effects of alcohol on the human bodyChloe Thompson, Leighton MacFarlaneNashwaaksis Middle School
Thyroid functions: a pregnancy study Pre and Post COVID-19Fifi ChenFredericton High School
Air powered nerf blasterJoshua Chakramakil, Yahia AbdelbasedFredericton High School
Air Traffic Intelligence: A Better way to manage our skiesLucas Lima AndrejaniniLeo Hayes High School
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on urolithiasis in New BrunswickIris ChenFredericton High School
StratoSync: A Climate-Friendly Stratospheric Balloon with Autonomous Descent Mechanism via Innovative Gas ManagementJack D’Entremont, Onkit SahaFredericton High School
Too Hot to Handle: Modeling Climate Change in New BrunswickRaktika GalwaFredericton High School
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