LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - For the thirty-fourth year in a row, Kentucky American Water sponsored the Fayette County Public Schools Science Fair, bringing out 709 registered students.
The kids ranged from the fourth grade to high school and included public, private, and home-schooled students.
"I think it’s especially exciting for people that this is their first time. The opportunity to come and show the hard work that they have done and kind of articulate their findings and show off their skills," said Ellen Williams with Kentucky American Water.
The students were interviewed by a panel of judges and the winners from each group will go on to regional competition.
"I think it’s always awesome to be able to share science with other people and being able to present your research. And even though we are in high school, we can do cool things which is really awesome," Dunbar High School student Helen Pang.