St. Joseph School held its biennial science night Oct. 25th.

Organized by high school science teacher Jim Belote, the evening included presenters from the University of Central Arkansas and other St. Joseph science teachers who manned nearly 20 exhibits for students and families to observe.

The exhibits included topics from engineering challenges to pond water marvels and a DNA building station.

Students matched human bones to their scientific names, learned about different internal organs and their functions and tried to blow out candles with a device that created a vortex of air surrounding the flame.