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Locals students, teacher in science fair videos

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Three students and a teacher from Marlborough High School will appear in a series of videos promoting science fairs. Students Bishakha Bhattarai, Alex Aquila, and Charlie Brooks, along with science teacher Jo-Anne Sawyer, recently participated in the filming of three videos that will be used by the Society for Science and the Public, a group that promotes science education through science fairs, scholarship competitions, and other programs. The videos feature footage from the Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair, as well as interviews and footage of classroom activities.

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