Issued 6/1/98

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1998 Elementary School Science Fair Winners Announced

Kindergarten

First Grade

Second Grade

Third Grade

Fourth & Fifth Grades

Sixth Grade

Kindergarten

BELLPORT STUDENT WINS FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Katie O'Connor, a Bellport resident and a kindergartner at the Academy of Saint Joseph in Brentwood, won first place for her grade level at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. Her project, called "Which Containers are Squirrel Proof?", was one of almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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First Grade

SELDEN STUDENT WINS FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Chris Signorelli, a first-grade student at the New Lane Elementary School in Selden, won first place for his grade level at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. His project, called "Does Everyone in My Family Have Identical Fingerprints?" was one of almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Second Grade

NORTHPORT STUDENTS WIN FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Meghan DePace (left) and Gabrielle Marx, both second-graders at Norwood Avenue Elementary School in the Northport-East Northport School District, won first-place for their grade level at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. Their joint project, called "Take a Deep Breath - Measuring the Air We Breathe," was one of almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Third Grade

SAYVILLE STUDENT WINS FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Megan Cheah, a third-grade student at Lincoln Avenue Elementary School in Sayville, won first-place for her grade level at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. Her project, called "Passive Learning in the Third Grade," was one of almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Fourth & Fifth Grade

BAY SHORE STUDENTS WIN FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Two students from Gardiner Manor Elementary School in Bay Shore - fourth-grader Daniel Rodriguez and fifth-grader Ryan Craddock, each won first-place for their grade levels at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. Daniel's project, called "A Colorful Picnic," and Ryan's project, dubbed "Food Molds Used to Reduce Bacteria Spread by a Pet," were among almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Sixth Grade

FARMINGVILLE STUDENT WINS FIRST PLACE AT BNL SCIENCE FAIR

Eric Noeldechen, a sixth-grade student at Techumseh Elementary School in Farmingville, won first-place for his grade level at Brookhaven National Laboratory's 1998 Elementary School Science Fair. His project, called "Do Video Games Have an Effect on Your Blood Pressure?", was one of almost 500 projects entered in the fair, which involved 690 students in Suffolk County schools. The projects were judged by teams of Brookhaven scientists and local elementary school teachers, based on scientific thought, creativity, thoroughness and clarity. Brookhaven National Laboratory is a major scientific research facility operated by Brookhaven Science Associates, a not-for-profit research management company, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

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