Gloucester High School hosted a Science Fair on Jan. 13, featuring exhibits highlighting scientific research by students in Gloucester Public Schools.
GHS students competed in the senior division, while students from Page and Peasley middle schools and Bethel Elementary School competed in the junior division. The top winners were as follows:
Animal Science—Junior division, first place, Joshua Haas and Jordan Hass, "How Light Affects Fish Coloring"; second place, Savannah Williams; honorable mention, Savannah Wills; Senior division, first place, Caitlin Nowak, "Thermalregulation and Heat Loss Study"; second place, Alison Castaneda; honorable mention, John Lingenfelser;
Behavioral Science—Junior division, first place, Anna Henderson-Cox and Rachael Petersen, "Determining the Effect of Shifting Magnetic Fields on Ladybug Behavior"; Senior division, first place, Ivy Rivero, "Graphology versus the Keirsey Temperament Sorter"; se...
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