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  • Well School sixth grade students Hieu Turner, 11, of Bennington and Olivia O'Rourke, 12, of Sharon discuss their science experiment based upon the question, "Do people prefer primary colors over secondary colors?" Well School students in grades five through eight participated in a science fair at the Peterborough school on Saturday.

    Well School sixth grade students Hieu Turner, 11, of Bennington and Olivia O'Rourke, 12, of Sharon discuss their science experiment based upon the question, "Do people prefer primary colors over secondary colors?" Well School students in grades five through eight participated in a science fair at the Peterborough school on Saturday.

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School exchange students Pablo Pera, 14, and Daniella Sala, 14, both of Veracruz, Mexico, explain to Josee Dupont of Peterborough their science experience, which explored whether size of hands or flexibility affects dexterity.

    Well School exchange students Pablo Pera, 14, and Daniella Sala, 14, both of Veracruz, Mexico, explain to Josee Dupont of Peterborough their science experience, which explored whether size of hands or flexibility affects dexterity.

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School kindergarten student Davey Schroeder, 5, of Milford holds a list of science experiment questions while speaking with seventh grader Tor Petrov, 12, of Hancock. Petrov's experiment asked, "Whose moth is dirtier, a dog's or a human's?"

    Well School kindergarten student Davey Schroeder, 5, of Milford holds a list of science experiment questions while speaking with seventh grader Tor Petrov, 12, of Hancock. Petrov's experiment asked, "Whose moth is dirtier, a dog's or a human's?"

  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)

    Well School science fair

    (Staff photo by Carole Allen)

  • Well School sixth grade students Hieu Turner, 11, of Bennington and Olivia O'Rourke, 12, of Sharon discuss their science experiment based upon the question, "Do people prefer primary colors over secondary colors?" Well School students in grades five through eight participated in a science fair at the Peterborough school on Saturday.
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
  • Well School exchange students Pablo Pera, 14, and Daniella Sala, 14, both of Veracruz, Mexico, explain to Josee Dupont of Peterborough their science experience, which explored whether size of hands or flexibility affects dexterity.
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
  • Well School kindergarten student Davey Schroeder, 5, of Milford holds a list of science experiment questions while speaking with seventh grader Tor Petrov, 12, of Hancock. Petrov's experiment asked, "Whose moth is dirtier, a dog's or a human's?"
  • Well School science fair<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Carole Allen)
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