Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Dasha Crocker earned 39.5 points and finished second among high school students.

Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Dasha Crocker earned 39.5 points and finished second among high school students.


Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Caitliyn Hansen, Zack Hansen, Molly Janus, Emmaline Slauenwhite, Tyler Feix, and Ezra Bozzuto all received 40 points and were first among middle school students, advancing to the district science fair.


Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Connor Spriggs, and Lainey Schleich were second among middle school students with 39.5 points each.


Kaori and Kai Delsing were first among high school students, each earning 40 points for their projects.


Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Heera Nair, Hayden Slader, and Be’eri Harel were third among middle school students, each receiving 39 points.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Samantha Jordan talks about her project, “To Process or Not?” to the judges. She earned 37.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News Alexis Pressnell explains her project “Psyched for Psychology” to the judges. She earned 36.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.


Scott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Be’eri Harel makes sure his project, “Hotheads: A Spiciness Experiment,” looks good before judging. He received 39 out of 40 points and qualified for the district science fair.


BELLBROOK — Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools held its annual science fair Tuesday.

Nearly 50 students in grades 6-12 participated, investigating topics such as “Which hand sanitizer works best”; “Psyched for psychology”; “Tunnels of wind”; and “Parachutes: Does size matter?” Projects were judged on several criteria and could receive a max of 40 points. Students qualify for the district science fair with a score of at least 36 points.

Kaori Delsing and Kai Delsing finished first among high school students with perfect scores, while Dasha Crocker (39.5 points) was second.

Tyler Feix, Emmaline Slauenwhite, Ezra Bozzuto, Caitlyn Hansen, Zack Hansen, and Molly Janus were first among middle school students with perfect scores. Connor Spriggs, and Lainey Schleich (39.5) were second, while Heera Nair, Be’eri Harel, and Hayden Slader (39) were third.

In addition to the aforementioned students, district qualifiers were: AJ Bratka, Dominic Slagley, and Ava Praeter (38.5); Jayden Ball (38); Armando Aguila, and Samantha Jordan (37.5); Aidan Praeter (37); Jaymie Bevins, Saxon Culler, Claire Cutting, Maddie Gardner, Ashtyn Praeter,and Alexis Pressnell (36.5); and Logan Benevich, Caitlyn Bowser, Rya Crocker, Alexis Holding, and Charlotte West (36).

Projects rated excellent were turned in by Cheyenne Cameron, Ryan Parish, Cole Franks, Nora Trickler, Alyssa Browning, Isabella Bird, Danica Vermillion, Cameron Tryon, Prisca Augustine, Ben Froehlich, Siana Smith, Riley Smith, Natalia Bales, and Mercy Oyebanjo.

Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Dasha Crocker earned 39.5 points and finished second among high school students.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1655.jpgPhoto courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Dasha Crocker earned 39.5 points and finished second among high school students.

Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Caitliyn Hansen, Zack Hansen, Molly Janus, Emmaline Slauenwhite, Tyler Feix, and Ezra Bozzuto all received 40 points and were first among middle school students, advancing to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1650.jpgPhoto courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Caitliyn Hansen, Zack Hansen, Molly Janus, Emmaline Slauenwhite, Tyler Feix, and Ezra Bozzuto all received 40 points and were first among middle school students, advancing to the district science fair.

Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Connor Spriggs, and Lainey Schleich were second among middle school students with 39.5 points each.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1652.jpgPhoto courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Connor Spriggs, and Lainey Schleich were second among middle school students with 39.5 points each.

Kaori and Kai Delsing were first among high school students, each earning 40 points for their projects.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1653.jpgKaori and Kai Delsing were first among high school students, each earning 40 points for their projects.

Photo courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Heera Nair, Hayden Slader, and Be’eri Harel were third among middle school students, each receiving 39 points.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1654.jpgPhoto courtesy Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Schools Heera Nair, Hayden Slader, and Be’eri Harel were third among middle school students, each receiving 39 points.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Samantha Jordan talks about her project, “To Process or Not?” to the judges. She earned 37.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1040.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Samantha Jordan talks about her project, “To Process or Not?” to the judges. She earned 37.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News Alexis Pressnell explains her project “Psyched for Psychology” to the judges. She earned 36.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1028.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News Alexis Pressnell explains her project “Psyched for Psychology” to the judges. She earned 36.5 points and qualified to the district science fair.

Scott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Be’eri Harel makes sure his project, “Hotheads: A Spiciness Experiment,” looks good before judging. He received 39 out of 40 points and qualified for the district science fair.
https://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2020/02/web1_IMG_1031.jpgScott Halasz | Greene County News Seventh grader Be’eri Harel makes sure his project, “Hotheads: A Spiciness Experiment,” looks good before judging. He received 39 out of 40 points and qualified for the district science fair.