Garrison School Students Earn Awards in Tri-County Science Fair

Garrison School students show off awards they received in the Tri-County Science Fair in White Plains on April 20. Garrison, the smallest district in the regional science competition, received more awards than any other school in the middle school division.

Science fair and math league contest winners also announced

On April 20, students from the Garrison Union Free School participated in the Tri-County Science and Technology Fair, held at White Plains High School. Out of almost 60 school districts from Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties, Garrison’s students garnered several awards for their projects.

Garrison Middle School Students

Eddie Joe Barry – 2nd Place in Biology

Alexa Gagnon – 3rd Place in Physics

Emma Parks – 3rd Place in Mathematics

Emerson Smith – 3rd Place in Biology

Garrison Elementary Students

Leeloo Boublil – Outstanding in Physics

Madison Smith – Outstanding in Biology

Evelyn Higbee – Excellent in Chemistry

Fallon Barry and Elizabeth Nelson – Excellent in Biology

Timothy Liu – Excellent in Physics

Teresa Drotar – Excellent in Biology

Phelan Waldron – Excellent in Chemistry

Garrison, the smallest district in the regional science competition, received more awards than any other school in the middle school division.

The Garrison School in April announced the winners of its 2013 Science Fair, held during the week of March 18. Student scientists presented projects such as the seed preferences of birds (first grade), determining whether dogs are color blind (fourth grade), the impact of acid rain (sixth grade) and reaction times (eighth grade). Winners were selected from two age groups to represent the school at the Tri-County Fair.

First place winners in the K-4 biology category were Madison Smith and the team of Elizabeth Nelson and Fallon Barry. Winners in the K-4 physics category were Leeloo Boublil and Tim Liu, and the winners in the K-4 chemistry category were Phelan Waldron, Evelyn Higbee and Teresa Drotar.

First place winners among the 5-8 grades were Paul Walker and Eddie-Joe Barry in the biology category, Ted Northup and Anna Northup in the chemistry category, Emma Parks in the math category and Alexa Gagnon in the physics category.

Photos courtesy of Garrison School


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