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Student displays judged at Science and Technology Fair

Student displays judged at Science and Technology Fair

Student displays from six local school districts (Prattsburgh, Hinsdale, Addison, Andover, Canaseraga, Homeschool) were judged at Alfred State’s 14th Annual Regional Science and Technology Fair. Fifty-six science and technology projects were on display for judging and public viewing. Participants were divided into senior (grades 10-12), junior (grades 7-9), and novice grade categories. A total of 69 students presented their projects to the judges for a chance at the $1,590 in prize money.

Winners in the senior division included first place ($250) Zachary Wilber with “power of suggestion” (Hinsdale); second place ($150) Ashlee Putt with “now you see it, now you don’t” (Hinsdale); and third place ($100) Matthew Davis with “don’t flinch” (Hinsdale).

Winners in the junior division included first place ($250) Michael Chapman “the energy wheel” (Hinsdale); second place ($150) Kyleigh Nolder with “oil spills kill, soaps can rescue” (Hinsdale); and third place ($100) Seth Sklar “your ticket to the sky” (Hinsdale).

Winners in the novice division included first place ($50) Leah Simon with “sensory overload” (Andover); second place ($25)Brendon Everdyke with “snow show” (Prattsburgh); and third place ($15) Emma Byington “speedy, speedy, what car emissions make my plant needy” (Prattsburgh).

Best junior division school winner: (Silver Tray) - Hinsdale

Best senior division school winner: (Silver Tray) - Hinsdale

The grand prize ($500) was Jordan Woodhouse and Makayla Mitchell “love is color blind” (Addison).

Each participant received a certificate of participation, and individual ribbons were presented to first-, second-, and third-place prize winners in all divisions. The prizes were sponsored by Alstom Transportation, Alfred State Student Senate, Alfred State Physical and Health Sciences Department, Wards Scientific, Fisher Scientific, Bio-Rad Laboratories, and Forestry Suppliers.