State Science Fair Winner Announced

St. Patrick was very well represented at the State Science & Engineering Fair on Friday.  Student placed across the board, including eight first awards, eight second place awards,   seven third place awards, five fourth place awards, two fifth place and four sixth place.

 

Class 3

3rd Place: Alden Morris Earth & Environmental Science

6th Place: Gabby Gray Earth & Environmental Science

 

1st Place: Luke Denoux Animal Sciences

 

3rd Place: Dannica Gilmore Microbiology

 

2nd Place: Savanna Wild Plant Sciences

 

Class 4

1st Place: Emerson Morris Microbiology

 

2nd Place: Ian Snyder Physics & Astronomy

 

2nd Place: Erin Crabtree Physics & Astronomy

 

2nd Place: Emily Moran Mathematics and System Software

 

Class 5

6th Place: Landon Jenkins Behavioral & Social Science

 

3rd Place: Annalyn Fayard Earth & Environmental Science

 

1st Place: Dominic Patino Mathematics & System Software

 

Class 6

2nd Place: Shayleen Moeini & Madi Dickinson Behavioral & Social Science

3rd Place: Megan Marie & Grace Belk Behavioral & Social Science

4th Place: Scarlet Nation & Jameson Thriffiley Behavioral & Social Science

 

1st Place: Emerson Morris, Thomas Owen, Caleb Powell Organic Chemistry

 

4th Place: Colin Cloud, Luke Meyers, Miller Sharp Earth & Environmental Science

 

6th Place: Mason Gazzo & Mary Lange Biomedical & Health Science

 

1st Place: Adler Brogdon & Anton Nasrallah Microbiology

2nd Place: Diana Pickens & Ava Sutton Microbiology

 

3rd Place: Rowan McPhearson & Colin McPhearson Engineering Mechanics

5th Place: Cayden Caillavet & Trey Kopszywa Engineering Mechanics

 

Emerson Morris received the award for 2nd Place Best Project of the Science Fair Overall and is an alternate to the International Science & Engineering Fair.

 

Shayleen Moeini and Madi Didkinson will represent St. Patrick in Atlanta the week of May 9 at the International Science & Engineering Fair.