November 20, 2014
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A first for ALAP
Warwick Beacon

Nicole Procaccini, a sixth grader at Sherman School, and Paarth Tandon, a sixth grader at John Wickes School, were the first ever Warwick ALAP (Advanced Learning Activities Program) students to have projects entered into the Rhode Island Science and Engineering Fair. The two each won second place in the junior division that included seventh and eighth graders. Paarth’s project was on the effect color has on heat absorption. Nicole’s project was on the invisible power of magnets.


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