Several Seneca middle and high school students competed and placed at the Missouri Southern State University (MSSU) Science Fair on Tuesday, March 28.
The fair was divided into two divisions, a junior division for grades fifth through eighth, and a senior division for grades ninth through 12th.
In the senior division, Joshua Hicks placed third for his project, “Obstacle Avoid Robot,” in the Computer Science, Engineering & Mathematics/Physics & Astronomy category.
Alyssa McMullen placed third with her project, “How Magnets Affect Plant Growth,” in the Human & Animal Sciences/ Plant Sciences/ Cellular, Molecular & Biochemistry category.
In the junior division, Silas Hauser placed third for his project, “Kelvin Electrostatic Generator: Generating Sparks With Water,” in the Computer Science, Engineering & Mathematics category.