J.B. Martin science fair

From staff and wire reports
March 28, 2013 at 10:55 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Pictured Left to Right: Kaitlyn Kramer, Hope Cortez, Brennan Young, Logan McDonough, James Carter, Camryn Mikesell, Tyler Dufrene, Leah Wilson, Victoria Levy, not pictured is Cade Miguez.
Pictured Left to Right: Kaitlyn Kramer, Hope Cortez, Brennan Young, Logan McDonough, James Carter, Camryn Mikesell, Tyler Dufrene, Leah Wilson, Victoria Levy, not pictured is Cade Miguez.
Students participationg in J. B. Martin Science Fair held in late January in the school gymnasium had to present their projects to a panel of judges who volunteered their time from local businesses in order to help the fair.

Students were asked questions pertaining to their choice in project and how the experimentation process worked out for them.

The following students placed 1st in the competition:

Behavioral Science: Brannon Young, Biochemistry: James Carter; Chemistry: Cade Miguez; Engineering Electrical/Mechanical: Tyler Dufrene; Engineering Materials/Bioengineering: Leah Wilson; Energy/Transportation: Logan McDonough; Environmental Science: Camryn Mikesell, Medicine/Health: Victoria Levy; Physics/Astronomy: Hope Cortez; Plant Sciences: Kaitlyn Kramer.




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