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Huber Heights City Schools

HHCS Students Stand Out From Pack at State Science Day

students at State Science DayMay 12th, 2018 – Nine Huber Heights City Schools (HHCS) students made an impressive showing at this year’s State Science Day held at the Ohio State University. Of those nine students, six earned Superior ratings, the highest rating that can be awarded.

 

Weisenborn Junior High earned the Harold C. Shaw Outstanding School Award. Per the Huber Heights Courier, the award reflects a ratio of students participating in State Science Day and Superior ratings earned.

 

Alyssa Hodkin won individual awards for her project titled, Multi-Tasking, Does Gender Matter? She won 2nd place in the Behavioral Science Award for relevance, creativity and understanding of human behavior demonstrated by her project. Hodkin also won the Dr. Lynn E. Elfner Young Scientist Award for an outstanding project.

 

The list of participants and their scores are listed below:

Charles Huber

Name

Project Title

Rating

Enna Eastman

Can Oil Help Soil? A Comparison of Evaporation Rates of Soil Types and Oil Mixtures

Excellent

Jocelyn Garcia

Does More Expensive Water Have A Better pH Level?

Superior

 

Rushmore

Name

Project Title

Rating

Alyssa Hodkin

Multi-Tasking, Does Gender Matter?

Superior

 

Weisenborn Junior High

Name

Project Title

Rating

Miguel Abeldano

The Radishing Project

Superior

Raelee Lance

Soda vs. Teeth

Superior

Emma Mainord

Acne Attack

Superior

Jenna Roberts

UV Radiation vs. Plastic Trash in the Ocean

Superior

James Zbinden

Maximizing Distance of Projectiles Propelled by Magnets

Excellent

 

Wright Brothers

Name

Project Title

Rating

Zach Zufall

Potato Battery

Excellent





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