April 11th, 2009
Author: Staff Report
Filed Under: News
On March 13, 11 St. Louis School seventh and eighth grade students participated at the Ohio Academy of Science Southwest District Science Day held at the University of Cincinnati. The students received a record number of awards for their efforts.
Students who received a superior rating can compete at the State Science Fair to be held in Columbus during May. Those who will be competing include, Alex David for “Relationship Between Temperature and Kinetic Energy,” Eaisa David for “Effect of a Gurney Flap on the Lift of an Airfoil,” Andy Haglage for “Dice Probabilities,” and Emma Mullins for “Measuring Sugar Concentration with a Laser.”
St. Louis School, in Owensville, recently recognized 2009 Science Fair participants with a plaque from the University of Cincinnati. Those who entered the competition were, front row from left, Andy Haglage and Brandon Egred; second row, Emma Wright, Emma Mullins and Leeanna David; back row, Maggie Luther, Julia Wahle, Alex David, Ian Baker and Conner Johnston. Eaisa David also participated but was unavailable for the photo.
Several students received OAS Awards for their projects. Eaisa David received $250 as a first place Physics Award and a $5,000 scholarship to the College of Applied Science. Emma Wright received a $100 special award in Chemistry for her project "Effect of Water Temperature on the Rate an Antacid Dissolves in Water." Emma Mullins received $100 for the category "Young Physicist Award."