Dist. 300 Science Projects to Compete in Contest

By Dillon, Naomi; Garmoe, Patrick | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), April 25, 2002 | Go to article overview

Dist. 300 Science Projects to Compete in Contest


Dillon, Naomi, Garmoe, Patrick, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Naomi Dillon & Patrick Garmoe

D300 student science projects compete in state competition:

The first hour of Community Unit District 300's school board meeting last Monday was devoted to recognizing the achievements of dozens of students and staff.

There are far too many names to list them all, but for now kudos are in order for the students advancing to the state level of the Illinois Junior Academy of Science competition May 3 and 4 at the at University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.

After competing within the Carpentersville-based district in March, the projects - which test theories through scientific experiments and methods - went on to battle against students within their region in April.

And the region of which District 300 is a part of is rather expansive, encompassing Boone, Bureau, Carroll, DeKalb, Jo Davies, Kane, Kendall, LaSalle, Lee, McHenry, Ogle, Putnam, Stephenson, Whiteside and Winnebago counties.

Of the 71 students selected to advance to the state level, 24 were from District 300. Here they are.

From Jacobs High School:

Kevin Bartel, Tom Bishop, Erin Bowell, Arthur Dmitruk, Mallorie Enk, Brian Kephart, Elaine Kouimelis, Steve Ratchford, Chris Read, Mike Sharlog and Patrick Snyder.

From Westfield Community School:

Anne Scott, Jessica Forssander, Angelika Zalewski, Kyle Deveau, Kevin Krohn, Steve Picek, Jason Warren, Christopher Bailey and Mitch Bork.

From Algonquin Middle School:

Tylor Markowitz

From Dundee Middle School:

Neal Modi, Douglas Finney and Will Finney.

Let them entertain you: It takes a lot of guts to get up on stage, but 22 Carpentersville Middle School students and teachers will bite the bullet and share their special talent Friday night.

Seriously, the fun begins at 7 p.m. in the school's auditorium and it promises to be an evening you'll never forget. …

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