Immaculate Conception School Students Compete in State Science Competition

7th and 8th graders from Immaculate Conception School who competed in PJAS.

On Saturday February 23, 2013 the seventh and eighth graders of Immaculate Conception School, along with their science teacher, Lauren Satkowski, travelled to Slippery Rock University to participate in the annual Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Competition (PJAS).

 Shown in the image are, front row from left: 6th grade student techs, Ali Troese and Laryssa Bauer. Second row from left: Alec Shreffler, Daniel Brooker, Kaden Bauer, Jennifer Kerle, Gabby Weaver, Eugenia Barboza and Noah Cole. Third row from left: Oscar Suzuki, Jacob Selker, Zakary Bauer, Catherine Buchanan, Marissa Senard, Courtney Reiner and Claire Eckert.

Each of the students designed, conducted, and presented the results of their experiments to a panel of judges. Nine of the students earned a first award and five earned a second award. The students who earned first awards will compete again at the state level competition in the spring of this year. Student winner, Zakary Bauer earned a perfect score for his presentation, earning him a special award in addition to his first place award.

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