District science fair winners announced
Pictured are the science fair winners at each school level for St. Charles Parish.
Elementary Division 1st Place Winners for 2012: Paul Seal, Lakewood Elementary, Physical Sciences; Ashley Cheramie, Lakewood Elementary, Biological Sciences; and Hayley Tanner, Schoeffner Elementary, Chemical Sciences.
Senior Division 1st Place Winners for 2012: Benjamin Johnson, Hahnville High, Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical; Tony Corley III, Hahnville High, Energy and Transportation; Bailey Lanier, Destrehan High, Behavior and Social Sciences; Randall Harvey, Destrehan High, Chemistry; Hannah McDuffie, Destrehan High, Physics/Astronomy; and Madison Allen, Destrehan High, Environmental Management. (Not pictured: Neel Reddy, Destrehan High, Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering; Brooklyn Gillette, Destrehan High, Plant Sciences; and Ellysia Roy, Destrehan High, Animal Science.
(Pictured)Junior Division 1st Place Winners for 2012: Cade Butler, R.K. Smith Middle, Environmental Science; Bailey Parr, R.K. Smith Middle – Mathematics; Cole Grieshop, Hurst Middle, Physics/Astronomy; Justin Tizzard, Hurst Middle, Environmental Management; Jannah Hebert, J.B. Martin Middle, Animal Sciences; Andy Gilmore, Hurst Middle, Energy and Transportation; Madison Hebert, J.B. Martin Middle, Behavioral/Social Sciences; Caroline Abadie, J.B. Martin Middle, Plant Sciences; Grace Estevez, Schoeffner Elementary, Team; McKenzie Erwin, Schoeffner Elementary, Team; Samantha Albert, R.K. Smith Middle, Chemistry; Ashley Riddick, J.B. Martin Middle, Engineering: Electrical and Mechanical; Matthew Lewis, Hurst Middle, Cellular & Molecular; Gavin Parks, Hurst Middle, Medicine and Health; and Jack Haslauer, Hurst Middle, Engineering: Materials and Bioengineering.
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