Holy Rosary students participate in science competition at Wilkes University

Students from Holy Rosary School recently participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science Regional Competition held at Wilkes University. PJAS is a statewide organization of junior and senior high school students designed to stimulate and promote interest in science and mathematics. Students receiving a first award will compete in the state competition at Penn State University in May. From left, first row, Abby Sankus, second place; Vanessa Pinto, excellence in biochemistry and first award; Gracie Giordina, first award and perfect score; James Marsh, first award. Second row, Lisa Casey, teacher; Carmen Cox, third award; Eric Dixon, first award; Andrew Skutack, first award; and Vaughn Rudloff, second award.

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