Summer Banuelos is already looking forward to Grambling Laboratory High School’s next science fair.
“I just want to do another human behavior project because I find it very interesting,” said the 14-year-old native of Hope, Ark.
She decided to find out if childproof containers are really childproof, and the results she acquired through several tests were surprising. “I found out that childproof containers are only child proof until a child reaches a certain age of comprehension,” said Banuelos, a freshman. “At some point in time, they mimic the actions of those around them.”
Students at A. E. Phillips lab school honored local fire and law enforcement agencies and the Louisiana National Guard today during the school’s annual Patriot Day program. Agencies represented received handmade thank-you posters from various classes. Ruston Police Sgt. Henry Wood (kneeling at left) and RPD Lt. Curtis Hawkins accepted RPD’s poster from A.E.P. second-graders Addison Wood and Jake Hawkins. Addison is Wood’s daughter; Jake, Hawkins’ son.