Saint Paul's Students Win Regional Science Fair Awards
CLEARWATER - Do you know the history of the Monarch Butterfly? Or the effect of organic growing methods on Vitamin C in fruit? Those topics, along with other interesting subjects by Saint Paul's students were recognized at the awards ceremony for the Pinellas Regional Science and Engineering Fair, held on Thursday, February 11th, at Largo High School. Saint Paul's students received recognition for their excellent work in several different categories.
Stephan Anthony took 1st place in the Zoology Division, Evan Miller took 1st place in the Chemistry Division, and Brandon Luckwaldt took 1st place in the Physics Division. Seventh graders, Caroline Beck and Kristi Bears took 2nd place in the Team Projects Division. Several students also received special awards from private companies and governmental agencies.
Middle School science teacher, Laura Fauver, commented, "I am always truly impressed by the students' hard work and dedication. Congratulations to all who participated!"
The top ten projects for all of Pinellas County were selected to attend the Florida State Science and Engineering Fair in Orlando from April 7th - 9th, and all three Saint Paul's 1st place winners: Stephan, Evan, and Brandon have been chosen as representatives!
In addition, team project winners, Caroline and Kristi have been invited to showcase their work at the Pinellas Living Green Expo, scheduled June 5th and 6th at the St. Petersburg Coliseum.
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