Science students show projects


Juliana Packard puts some finishing touches on her project about shampoo. She received an excellent rating with 30 points.

Juliana Packard puts some finishing touches on her project about shampoo. She received an excellent rating with 30 points.


Andrew Hahn asks some classmates a question about his project prior to judging. He finished second in the middle school division with 39.5 points and advanced to the district science fair.


Ta’eer Harel practices her project demonstration prior to judging at the Bellbrook science fair Feb. 14. Harel’s project about gender stereotypes earned 39 out of 40 points, finished tied for third in the middle school division and earned a trip to the district science fair.


Kai Delsing waits for his project to be judged. Attack of the Drones finished second in the high school division, receiving 38 out of 40 points. Delsing advances to the district science fair.


Samuel Vine places a tennis ball in a robotic hand in order to demonstrate his project. He received a perfect score of 40 and tied for first in the middle school division, advancing to the district science fair.


BELLBROOK — The Bellbrook-Sugarcreek school district held its annual science fair at the middle school Feb. 14.

More than 60 students entered projects and 47 advanced to the West District Science Day March 17 at Central State University.

Projects were judged based on originality and creativity, clarity of expression, effective use of scientific method, and knowledge gained. Each was worth 10 points. At least of 36 points were needed to advance to the district science fair.

Ten received perfect scores of 40: Dasha Crocker (high school); and middle school students Kaden Bogue; Kaori Delsing; Emma Deweese; Grace Krane; Cate Lensch; Jon Pryor; Maddie Razics; Aiden Smith; and Sam Vine.

High School Division

Dasha Crocker (40 points), Kai Delsing (38 points), Raihan Elgihani (37 points), and Rachel Kahler (36.5 points).

Middle School Division

Kaden Bogue, Kaori Delsing, Emma Deweese, Grace Krane, Cate Lensch, Jon Pryor, Maddie Razics, Aiden Smith, and Sam Vine (40 points), Andrew Hahn (39.5 points), Jaret Capozzi, Ta’eer Harel, Lucy Kundu, and Rachel Secody (39 points), Jack Agnew, Acey Faulkner, and Jacob Grismer (38.5 points), Samantha Goodwin, Abby Janus, Teagan Melton, Wesley Peters, Zane Tarr, and Olivia Trusty (38 points), Kiya Derrick, and Alex VanScoy (37.5 points), Scott Benson, Libby Chiasson, Monica Hodges, Nathaniel Richmond, and Elena Wall (37 points), Sam Crosley, and Gretchen Waller (36.5 points), Jacob Bent, Cameron Farenholz, Molly Hagler, Nikhil Mall, Karin Peterson, Kaitlyn Poston, Natalie Rodenroth, Sophia Severit, Kinley White, and Ayden Wise (36 points), Harrison Panstingle (35 points), Kate Bowers (34 points), Josh Sahlbom (34 points), Maddie Chappars and Aidan Jones (32 points), Ben Russell (31.5 points), Carson Miller and Ben Pursel (31 points), Xan Womble (30.5 points), Juliana Packard and Jarod Schock (30 points), Connor Flanagan (29.5 points), Xavier Bruce and Evan Steele (27.5 points), Collin Campbell (26 points), Amber Seger (25.5 points), and Cole Ernst and Jake Zacharias (23.5 points).

Juliana Packard puts some finishing touches on her project about shampoo. She received an excellent rating with 30 points.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/02/web1_DSC_5590.jpgJuliana Packard puts some finishing touches on her project about shampoo. She received an excellent rating with 30 points.

Andrew Hahn asks some classmates a question about his project prior to judging. He finished second in the middle school division with 39.5 points and advanced to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/02/web1_DSC_5593.jpgAndrew Hahn asks some classmates a question about his project prior to judging. He finished second in the middle school division with 39.5 points and advanced to the district science fair.

Ta’eer Harel practices her project demonstration prior to judging at the Bellbrook science fair Feb. 14. Harel’s project about gender stereotypes earned 39 out of 40 points, finished tied for third in the middle school division and earned a trip to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/02/web1_DSC_5594.jpgTa’eer Harel practices her project demonstration prior to judging at the Bellbrook science fair Feb. 14. Harel’s project about gender stereotypes earned 39 out of 40 points, finished tied for third in the middle school division and earned a trip to the district science fair.

Kai Delsing waits for his project to be judged. Attack of the Drones finished second in the high school division, receiving 38 out of 40 points. Delsing advances to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/02/web1_DSC_5597.jpgKai Delsing waits for his project to be judged. Attack of the Drones finished second in the high school division, receiving 38 out of 40 points. Delsing advances to the district science fair.

Samuel Vine places a tennis ball in a robotic hand in order to demonstrate his project. He received a perfect score of 40 and tied for first in the middle school division, advancing to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/02/web1_DSC_5598.jpgSamuel Vine places a tennis ball in a robotic hand in order to demonstrate his project. He received a perfect score of 40 and tied for first in the middle school division, advancing to the district science fair.

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