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FBI Junior Scientist Program

  Neabsco Elementary School welcomes FBI personnel with a message on its marquee. FBI Laboratory Director Dr. Dwight Adams speaks to Neabsco students during the 2004-2005 Junior Scientist program kick-off ceremony.  
Neabsco Elementary School welcomes FBI personnel with a message on its marquee. FBI Laboratory Director Dr. Dwight Adams speaks to Neabsco students during the 2004-2005 Junior Scientist program kick-off ceremony.
  Display at Neabsco's annual science fair. During a tour of the Laboratory, Neabsco students learn how the FBI uses latent fingerprints to solve crimes.  
Laboratory chemists, biologists, latent fingerprint experts, and others serve as judges at Neabsco's annual science fair. During a tour of the Laboratory, Neabsco students learn how the FBI uses latent fingerprints to solve crimes.
  Neabsco students see one of the FBI's hazardous material (HAZMAT) response vehicles and learn how the Bureau responds to HAZMAT emergencies. FBI personnel congratulate a newly graduated Junior Scientist during a ceremony at the Laboratory.  
At the Laboratory, Neabsco students see one of the FBI's hazardous material (HAZMAT) response vehicles and learn how the Bureau responds to HAZMAT emergencies. FBI personnel congratulate a newly graduated Junior Scientist during a ceremony at the Laboratory.
  Graduation diploma Certificate of appreciation  
During the graduation ceremony, each Neabsco student receives a diploma. Following the formal adoption ceremony, Neabsco presented Laboratory officials with a certificate of appreciation.
  FBI Laboratory and school officials    

FBI Laboratory Director Dr. Dwight Adams (third from right) and the Lab's Michael Frady (far right) met with then-Prince William County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Edward Kelly (left), Neabsco Elementary School Principal Linda Trexler (second from left), and Neabsco teachers in 2004 to formalize the FBI Laboratory's partnership with the school.

FBI Junior Scientist Program