May 11, 2020-- Earlier this spring, students from Intermediate North and High School North and South performed well at the Jersey Shore Science Fair, which had moved to a virtual model due to COVID-19 restrictions. Those performances earned students a chance to compete at the Delaware Valley Science Fair, which also moved to a virtual platform and which took place May 7.
District students cleaned up there, as well.
Intermediate North's Kaitlyn Culbert earned first place in the Environmental category and a silver medal overall for her performance in grades 6-8. High School North senior Isabella Onofrietti placed first in the Botany category. A group of IN students also placed at the event:
- Kaitlyn Muller - Botany- 2nd Place
- Aliya Nagaria - Math- Honorable Mention
- Shriya Patel - Biochemistry- Honorable Mention
- Riley Budenas - Team- Honorable Mention
- Morgan Rodeman - Team- Honorable Mention
These students are now eligible to compete in the prestigious Broadcom MASTERS competition.
Science teachers Kristin Renkin, Katie Keller (Intermediate North), and Christine Girtain (High School North) shared their congratulations with participating students.