Mother McAuley hosts first Science Fair
May 31, 2012 1:12PM
Science Fair winners Will March (from left), Liam Daniher, Morgan Insley, Grace Rost, Angelica Diego, Maggie Hackett, Erin Walsh and Emily Bobber, and Roz Iasillo, chairperson of the Mother McAuley Science Department. | Supplied Photo
Updated: July 6, 2012 8:39AM
Mother McAuley Liberal Arts High School recently hosted its inaugural Science Fair for students in sixth through eighth grades.
Students were invited to showcase a science project focusing on an investigation or invention. Science teachers and McAuley alumnae served as judges, awarding prizes to the top three entries in each of the two categories.
Winners in the “Invention” category included seventh-grade St. Christina student Emily Bobber, who won first place for her project, “Traveltricity;” seventh-grade St. Christina student Morgan Insley, who won second place for her project, “Go Team Gadget;” and sixth-grade St. John Fisher students Will March and Liam Daniher, who won third place for their project, “Cool Knees.”
Winners in the “Investigation” category included eighth-grade St. Christina students Maggie Hackett and Erin Walsh, who won first place for their project, “Who Has a Better Memory: Males or Females;” seventh-grade Peck Elementary student Angelica Diego, who won second place for her project “Furry Little Rabbits;” and seventh-grade Cardinal Bernardin student Grace Rost, who won third place for her project “Hydroponics.”
Provided to the SouthtownStar