Holy Rosary students participate in science competition at Wilkes University

March 11th, 2016 10:14 am

Students from Holy Rosary School recently participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Regional Competition held at Wilkes University. PJAS is a statewide organization of junior and senior high school students designed to stimulate and promote interest in science and mathematics. Students receiving a first award will compete in the state competition at Penn State University in May. From left, first row, Abby Sankus, second place; Vanessa Pinto, excellence in biochemistry and first award; Gracie Giordina, first award and perfect score; James Marsh, first award. Second row, Lisa Casey, teacher; Carmen Cox, third award; Eric Dixon, first award; Andrew Skutack, first award; and Vaughn Rudloff, second award.

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