The annual Gloucester County Public Schools STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Fair was held on Jan. 16 at Gloucester High School.
More than 300 Gloucester students in grades four through 11 competed in the event, with their projects judged by volunteers from the community. The senior division results were as follows:
Animal Sciences—first place, Liam Hammond; second, Rebekah Ipock; third, Jean Mahon.
Behavioral and Social Science—first, Sydney Cook; second, Sophia Ferguson; third, Alexis Belcher; honorable mention, Alexandra Woller; honorable mention, Nicole Pope.
Biochemistry—first and Senior Award for Excellence, Jeffrey Cho; second, Gwendolyn Morris; third (tie), Hallie Carteret and Tiffany Pettengill; honorable mention (tie), Devony Martinez and Yedam Yang.
Computer Science—first, Deanna Dispirito; second, Dylan Hecker.
Earth and Planetary Science—first, Andrew Hendrix; second, Julia Seaton; third, Anne Lewis. En...
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