Identity youth at Neelsville Middle School have been working for weeks on their school Science Fair projects, and on May 15th they presented their eight team projects to two judges in the school-wide event. The students in Identity’s 21st Century Community Learning Center presented a variety of projects, including exploding volcanos and electrical circuits. In true scientific style, they were questioned by the judges and had their research answers ready. Three teams were singled out for excellence, one of them winning both the Science Fair’s Second Prize and the Science Fair’s Most Creative project. That team made “quicksand”. What they made was a “Non-Newtonian Substance” – also known as neither a liquid nor a solid. Felicidades to all our young Neelsville scientists!