Three Science Awards at LISEF

  • Three Sayville Semifinalists Take Home Awards

    From the High School Long Island Science & Engineering Fair

    Sayville High School Science students had a fair to remember at Round Two of this year’s LISEF competition held on March 12, 2015.

     

    “We had three semi-finalists at LISEF,” announced Science Research Teacher Maria Brown, “who were invited back after the Day One.” Those who qualified for Day Two were the top 25% for each category. “Not all students who participated in the competition received awards, but Sayville’s three semifinalists did!”

     

    Congratulations to:

    • Shreeya Panigrahi - Category of Earth & Space (Placed 3rd in her category);
    • Emily Faughnan - Category of Behavioral and Social Science (Placed 2nd in her Category); and 
    • Olivia Kaczmarek - Category of Environmental Science (Placed 4th in her Category) 

    Since the Special Awards for the day have not been posted yet, there is a possibility these student may receive additional awards.

     

    UP NEXT: Mrs. Brown is optimistic about her students who will be participating in the Molloy College Science Fair for ninth and tenth-grade students, on Friday, March 20th,  and the NYSSEF (New York State Science & Engineering Fair Intel Division) the following Monday.

     

     

    CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SAYVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL LISEF COMPETITION TEAM

     

    After working all year on individual research projects, seven Sayville Middle School students competed against many other school districts at the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair, held on Thursday, March 12th. The student’s hard work and dedication certainly paid off!!   

     

    • Avery Rosado place 1st with his project on the Haplotype (Genetic Diversity) of Limulus polyphemus (horseshoe crabs),
    • Sohum Sheth placed 2nd for his project on the Effect of Eye Color on Peripheral Vision,
    • Harrison Bench placed 2nd for studying Handwriting vs. Typing on Memory Retention
    • Sierra Boyce and Cassie Rosado placed 3rd for their work with studying the Presence of GMOs in Various Foods

     

    Congratulations to all the students Harrison Bench, Sierra Boyce, Brady Dolan, Andrew Faughnan, Cassie Rosado, Avery Rosado and Sohum Sheth for theiroutstanding efforts as well as Danielle Lutz, Tom Murray, Brian Decker, and the MS Faculty for their support.