Young Scientists Head East
Students from the Sudbury Catholic District School Board had a
tremendous showing at the 35th Sudbury Regional Science Fair held at
Laurentian University this weekend winning 25 out of 40 awards in
several categories including; Junior Physical, Junior Life, Intermediate Life and Junior Engineering.
St. Francis students lead the way, collecting a total of eight medals followed closely by the students of St. Anne school with six, Marymount Academy with five, St. Charles College with three, St. David school with two, and St. Paul School rounded out the awards with one. Gold medal winners pictured, (left to right) include; Andrew Pawluch, St. Francis Catholic School, Scott Baiden, Jessie Hamilton Public School, Marlee Clement, Marymount Academy, Colin Loney, and Joshua Hubert, Jessie Hamilton Public School. The students will now move on to represent the City of Greater Sudbury and their respective schools at the Canada Wide Science Fair which will be held in St. John’s, Newfoundland, May 9 to 16.
Appearing in the photo with the gold medallists are Dan Landry, President of the Sudbury Regional Science Fair and Sue Tessier from the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.