Students at Tangier Smith Elementary School recently participated in the annual school-wide science expo with first-place winners earning the opportunity to have their projects entered into the Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) Elementary Science Fair this May. Student work will also be displayed at the William Floyd School District annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Symposium later this spring.
Congratulations to the following students who were selected as the overall winners for their grade level (pictured above):
Kindergarten: Charles Pimentel for his project, “The Great Blubber Experiment.” (Mrs. Casey/Mrs. Wagner’s class)
1st Grade: Greg Ross for his project, “Egg Count.” (Mrs. LaMar’s class)
2nd Grade: Colin Smith for his project, “Can a Meteorite Land in Mastic Beach?” (Mrs. Dhyne’s class)
3rd Grade: Hunter Rivera for his project, “The Potato Test.” (Mrs. Zadrazil’s class)
4th Grade: Isabella Gawlowski for her project, “Sun Luvin’ Oven.” (Mrs. Elarde’s class)
5th Grade: Brooke Gilhauley for her project, “The Ice Challenge.” (Mrs. Robertson’s class)