EXPLORING POSSIBILITIES: Thorntown Elementary students (from left) Rebekah Truby, Aaron Fisher and Lillian Critser explore which car will travel further at the Physics Station. Cars were placed on two differing angles and the distance traveled was measured in 10 separate trials. Students came up with a hypothesis before starting the experiment and drew a final conclusion based on the results. Fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders spent the day learning at hands-on stations focused on physics, food science, microscopes and cells, animal science, energy, density, mass and weight, and scientific methods. Many volunteers - parents, Boone County 4-H, teachers, Western Boone High School ACP students and FFA officers, and IUPUI students - helped conduct the event.