Teacher Janna Privette reports Science Research students Mya Barger (Left) and Cecily Puckett (Right) earned the top honors at the Idaho STEM science fair in Coeur D’Alene. The fair, presented by the Idaho STEM Action Center, featured 85 projects by 135 high school students (35 individuals and 50 teams, in six categories: Animal, biomedical, and microbiological sciences; behavioral and social sciences; earth, environmental, and plant sciences; physical sciences; engineering; and math, computer science, and embedded systems). Students will presented their projects to a panel of judges, with the Best of Fair winners earning an all-expense-paid trip to Anaheim, California to compete in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair May 10-15. Fair in May. Both girls got the top honors in their respective category. Great work, ladies! Go Kubs!