The sixth-grade girls of Holy Rosary Elementary School are participating in the Women Empowered by Science (WEBS) program at Wilkes University. This is the school’s fifth year of participation. Women Empowered by Science (WEBS) is a monthly after school program that gives young women the opportunity to explore the sciences through investigative laboratories and projects.
Holy Rosary Elementary School students work in the science laboratory at Wilkes University during a Women Empowered by Science after school session. From left, Carsyn Cole, Gisele Falzone, Hailey Sebastain, Paige Kroptavich and Adina DeDeStefano.
Holy Rosary Elementary School students perform density-related experiments at Wilkes University as part of the after school program Women Empowered by Science. From left, Jessica Ostrowski, Karli Mahasky, Gloria Tabone and Hailey Halagarda.
Sixth-grade students from Holy Rosary Elementary School in Duryea pose for a photograph during the Women Empowered by Science after school activity, hosted by Wilkes University. The elementary school has participated in WEBS for five years. From left, seated, Hailey Sebastian, Gisele Falzone, Hailey Halagarda, Gloria Tabone and Karli Mahasky. Standing, Olivia DeSena, Adina DeStefano, Paige Kroptavich, Carsyn Cole, Jessica Ostrowski and Sarah Lyons.