Science Fair stars shine

Published 12:02 am Saturday, December 17, 2016

The St. John the Baptist Parish Public School District held its District Science Fair Dec. 8. Qualifying winners from the district competition move on to the regional competition at Nicholls State University.

Division 1 winners are:

Behavioral and Social Sciences Team – first place, Ana Cruz and Claudia Marinez (LPE); second, Antwan Johnson and Yasmine Halum (ESJE)

Physics and Astronomy – first place, Tranhja Smith (JLO)

Energy: Physical – first place, Makala Borne (WSJE); second, Jason August (WSJE)

Engineering Mechanics – first place, Jada Brown (JLO); second, Gracie Harris (JLO)

Biochemistry – first place, Jerome Reed (ESJE)

Behavioral and Social Sciences – first place, Jesslyn James (ESJE); second, Roger Bossier (JLO); third, Logan Bukaske (GMMS)

Plant Science – first, Rodney Mitchell (WSJE); second, Johnathan Brown (ESJE); third, Skylar Edwards (WSJE)

Systems Software – first, Tyler Wesley (WSJE)

Energy: Chemical – first, Dasha Bailey (ESJE)

Energy and Transportation – first, Megan Remondet (JLO); second, Jamari Bemmet (WSJE); third, Emma Savage (JLO)

Mathematics – first, Skylar Mealey (FWE); second, Tywana Williams (FWE)

Mathematics Team – first place, McKensie Palomo and Robert Ross (LPE)

Earth and Environmental Science – first, Laylia Joseph (ESJE); second, Thomas Delatte (JLO)

Plant Science – first place, Jai Gaines and Caige Lee (ESJE)

Chemistry – first place, Michael Reeves (JLO); second, Lucas Palomo (GMMS); third, Trumaine Schexander (WSJE)

Microbiology – first place, Lyric Keller (FW)

Materials Science – first place, Amirah Traywick (ECW)

Robotics and Intelligent – first place, Tyjon Monroe (WSJE); second, Jaden Porter (ESJE)

Biomedical and Health Sciences – first, Carlo Travis (GMMS); second, Vivan Mackey (FWE); third, Norelle Frank (LES)

Chemistry Teams – first place, Telly Huey and Gabrielle Robinson (LPE)

Animal Science – first place, Michael LaCava (FW)

Division 2 winners are:

Environmental Engineering – first place, Madison Duhe (ESJH)

Behavioral and Social Sciences – first place, Tiara Williams (ESJH); second, Rance Scott (ESJH)

Engineering Mechanics – first, Jose Folgar (ESJH)

Translational Medical Science – first place, Brandon Alleyne (ESJH)

Materials Science – first place, Christian Cage (ESJH); second, Mariah Amugo (ESJH)

Plant Science – first place, Shaina Williams (ESJH); second, Tamiya Gross (ESJH)