MDJH School Science Fair 2018

Our school science fair on March 15 was a great success. It showcased mostly grade 7 students, with the addition of a few determined scientists in grades 8 and 9. In total, we had about 80 projects presented by about 110 students. Eleven members of the St. John’s scientific community joined us as judges. They were very impressed with the overall caliber of the projects and enjoyed the experience of talking with our students. The science department is proud of all our students who participated and excited to announce the top projects of the MDJH Science Fair 2018:

Grade 7

  • Reine Bruce, 7-1
  • Keegan Riggs, 7-2
  • James Hattenhauer, 7-3
  • Craig Hickey, 7-3
  • Kaitlin Healey, 7-5
  • Agatha Howells and Sophie Squires, 7-5
  • Kaitlyn Ward, 7-5
  • Esmé Mirchandani, 7-6
  • Julia Connors, 7-7
  • Leila McCrate, 7-8
  • Mitchell Noseworthy and Matthew Curran, 7-9
  • Liam Porter, 7-9

For students in grades 8 and 9, the science fair project was not a course requirement. The intrepid souls who took on the extra challenge will also have the opportunity to present it at the Regional Science Fair. They are:

Grades 8 & 9

  • Andrew Pollett, 8-3
  • Ian Walsh, 8-5
  • Ryan Butt and Samy Kirkland, 8-7
  • Ryan Pittman (8-7) and Jason Wang (8-8)
  • Jonathan Harris, 8-7
  • Emma Peterson and Sabah Kadir, 9-4
  • Kate Cadigan and Sophie Doyle, 9-6
  • Emma Kannenberg and Lucy Finn, 9-6
  • Kate Williams and Ella Walsh, 9-6
  • Victoria Bennett, 9-6
  • Claire Jensen, 9-9