Congratulations to all of the Saint Mary School seventh grade students who participated in the School Science Fair in December. It was a huge success thanks to the more than 50 volunteers from the parish and the community who helped judge the event. This interaction inspires our students in their scientific endeavors and encourages them to give back to the community. The students are appreciative of those who share their talents in this process.
The top winner is Alycia Zimmerman - Behavioral Science project “The Bias Within.”
The remaining top finishers are:
Natalie Seidl - Behavioral Science project “Making Sense of Senses.”
John Caffarelli -Engineering Sciences project “Fast Boats”
Edyta Czaplinski -Botany project “In What Conditions does a Bean Plant Germinate Best in?”
Katie Carlson - Consumer Science project “Yum Yum Which Flavor of Gum? You “Chews” Which will last the Longest.”
Samantha McCarragher - Microbiology project “What Method of Food Storage Keeps Food Mold-free the Longest?”
John Ito - Botany project “What Depth is the Best to Grow Grass?”
Samantha Theodore - Consumer Science project “Which Band-Aid is the most Absorbent?”
Katarina Stephan - Consumer Science project “Are Fire-Retardant Pajamas Safer than Tightly-fitted Cotton Pajamas?”
Nick Meyer - Forensic Science project “CSI, Forensic Analysis of Blood”
The winner of the Knights of Columbus special judging award was Edyta Czaplinski.
We wish all of the students the best of luck as they prepare for Regional Competition. A special thanks to Mr. Lewis for all of the time and dedication he has shown to help these kids prepare for the event and learn more in the wonderful world of Science!
In attached photo – the top finishers of the Saint Mary School Science fair