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Division I (Grades 1-3)

22 teams participated in this division.

First place: Ècole Marie Poburan, St. Albert
    Bridge mass: 80 grams
    Load mass: 110,300 grams
    Ratio: 1378.8

Second place: St. Dominic School, Calgary
    Bridge mass: 87 grams
    Load mass: 42,000 grams
    Ratio: 482.76

Third place: Good Shepherd School, Peace River
    Bridge mass: 120 grams
    Load mass: 50,000 grams
    Ratio: 416.7

Division II (Grades 4-6)

45 teams participated in this division.

First place: R.A. Reynolds School, Cold Lake
    Bridge mass: 113.3 grams
    Load mass: 147,500 grams
    Ratio: 1301.85

Second place: Donnan School, Edmonton
    Bridge mass: 138.4 grams
    Load mass: 147,100 grams
    Ratio: 1062.86

Third place: Graminia School, Spruce Grove
    Bridge mass: 185 grams
    Load mass: 120,450 grams
    Ratio: 651.08

Division III (Grades 7-9)

45 teams participated in this division.

First place: Westminster Junior High School, Edmonton
    Bridge mass: 145.1 grams
    Load mass: 135,200 grams
    Ratio: 931.8

Second place: T.D. Baker Junior High School, Edmonton
    Bridge mass: 139 grams
    Load mass: 119,400 grams
    Ratio: 859.0

Third place: Donnan Junior High School, Edmonton
    Bridge mass: 140.2 grams
    Load mass: 82,775 grams
    Ratio: 590.4


Division IV (Grades 10-12)

7 teams participated in this division.

First place: Didsbury High School, Didsbury
    Bridge mass: 139.49 grams
    Load mass: 46,400 grams
    Ratio: 332.64

Second place: Grand Centre High School, Cold Lake
    Bridge mass: 150.6 grams
    Load mass: 42,200 grams
    Ratio: 280.21

Third place: Kehewin Community Education Centre, Kehewin
    Bridge mass: 127.6 grams
    Load mass: 29,680 grams
    Ratio: 232.6

 

Congratulations to the winners and to all the teams that entered the results were all truly impressive! We hope you all had a great time planning and building your popsicle stick bridges.

Make sure to watch for the 2004 Provincial School Challenge coming to a school near you!

 

 

 

 

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