St. Joan of Arc science fair winners

Published 12:00 am Saturday, March 8, 2014

Students at St. Joan of Arc Catholic School competed in the school-level science fair where they presented their projects to a set of judges.  Those who placed were (left to right, front row) Mason Pusey, first place in chemistry; Hunter McCrossen and Anna Guidry, first place in physical science; Hannah Dooley, third place in chemistry; Emily Hotard, third place in physical science; Devon Rucker, honorable mention in physical science; Luke Ringe, honorable mention in chemistry; (back row) Kamryn Kimber, second place in physical science; Olivia Keating, third place in physical science; Aleigha Martin, honorable mention in physical science; Cecelia Chacon, honorable mention in physical science; Noah Vicknair, first place in biology; Nicholas Price, honorable mention in biology; Amber Hotard, second place in biology; Molly Sirera, second place in chemistry; and Bailey Gossett, third place in chemistry.  Not pictured is Owen Bourgeois who placed third in biology. Anna Guidry, Hunter McCrossen, Kamryn Kimber, Olivia Keating, Emily Hotard, and Devon Rucker will compete at the Regional Science Fair at Nicholls State University in the Physical Science division.  Noah Vicknair and Amber Hotard will compete at Nicholls in the Biology division while Mason Pusey and Molly Sirera will compete in the Chemistry division.