Duchesne Academy holds sixth grade science fair
Duchesne Academy held a sixth grade science fair event Tuesday, Jan. 29.
According to a press release from Duchesne Academy, "Guided by science teacher and fair organizer Judy Flusche, sixth graders learned the skills required to find and research a topic, design and perform an experiment and produce a meaningful visual display of their data. The entries were judged on originality and quality of the experiments and presentations. Winning entries had the opportunity to compete at the Arch-diocesan Science Fair at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic School."
The science fair winners are as follows:
• Physical — Eleanor Geno
• Engineering — Joanna Kass
• Chemistry — Katie Dessauer
• Health — Juliana Camacho
• Behavioral — Camilla Manning
• Biology — Taylor McKenzie
• Earth Friendly — Tara Samson-Williams
• Best Use of Scientific Principles — Grace Kielty
• Most Beneficial — Fiona Patterson
• Most Attractive — Carol Longo, Sophie McNamara
• Most Creative — Kennedy Nick
Duchesne Academy is at 10202 Memorial Drive, Houston.
Duchesne Academy, as part of the Network of Sacred Heart Schools, offers a college-preparatory curriculum which draws on the natural curiosity and ability of students to help them experience a love of learning. We focus on the whole child--intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social and physical. Our goals and curriculum are strongly rooted in the Catholic doctrine; however our student population includes girls from many nationalities and religious denominations. This diversity adds a rich dimension to our learning environment. This website offers a glimpse of our school, but to experience the distinctive spirit of Duchesne Academy, we invite you to visit us. We have found that a campus visit at our open house provides the best opportunity to learn all about our programs and facilities. It is difficult to portray by internet the beauty of our wooded campus and the family atmosphere of our school community.
For more information, call 713-468-8211.
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