Twenty FHSD Students Place in MO Tri-County Science Fair

Posted on 03/13/2019
Bryan Middle Science Fair Winners

FHSD students recently had the opportunity to participate in the Missouri Tri-County Regional Science and Engineering Fair and compete against other schools from St. Charles, Lincoln, and Warren counties. After choosing and researching their topics, students analyzed their data, formulated a hypothesis, and created displays to share during the science fair.  

“Francis Howell is proud to partner with regional school districts on the Missouri Tri-County Science and Engineering Fair,” said Director of Secondary Education Dr. Lucas Lammers. “Fairs like this give students a chance to explore scientific phenomena and solve real-world problems – skills that are increasingly necessary in the modern economy.”

“We had 290 individual projects, 34 partner projects, and five class projects,” said Donna Malkmus, FHSD AP Chemistry teacher and Director of the Missouri Tri-County Regional Science Fair. “The top middle school projects will get to submit Broadcom Masters national competition.”

A total of twenty elementary and middle school students from FHSD placed in the fair. The District is proud to recognize these students and their commitment to scientific work and STEM activities.

 

Name

School

Grade

Award

Title of Project

Aadit Mehta

Bryan

Sixth

2nd

Density of Material and Its Effect on Sound

Skylar Robben

Bryan

Eighth

3rd

The Effect of an Adhesive on the Strength of a Wood

Emma Shuler

Bryan

Eighth

1st

The Effect of Different Brands of Tennis Balls on Rebound Height

Mahita Avasarala

Bryan

Eighth

2nd

Effects of Different Filters on Water Quality

Harper Downing

Bryan

Eighth

2nd

The Effects of Antiseptics on Bacterial Growth

Kevna Konduru

Bryan

Eighth

3rd

The Effect of a Natural Antibiotic Compared to a Synthetic Antibiotic on the Effect on Bacteria

Alexa Ibarra

Bryan

Eighth

3rd

The Effect of Different Drainage Systems on Parking Lots

Ximena Avila-Camarena

Bryan

Eighth

2nd

The Effect of the Blade Angle on the Generated Voltage

Alyssa Corbett

Bryan

Eighth

1st

The Effect of Different Liquids on a Hydraulic Press' Ability to Crush a Soda Can

Ethan Milam

Bryan

Eighth

3rd

The Effect of Heat Energy of the Expansion of Different Types of Metal

Carli Mattingly

Bryan

Eighth

2nd

The Effect of Global Warming on the Size of the Tides

Riva Mehta

Castlio

First

2nd

Conduction of Heat in Different Metals

Vinay Konduru

Castlio

Fifth

1st

Does Homemade Toothpaste Work as Good as Store Bought Toothpaste?

Graham Mueller

Fairmount

First

2nd

The Effect of Bean Variety of Germination Percentage

Hailey Cage

Fairmount

Second

2nd

Which Popcorn Pops the Best?

Emmett Wombacher

Fairmount

Second

2nd

Zinc and the Rusting Process

Maxx Pingel

Fairmount

Third

3rd

Paper Airplanes

Quinn McCollum

Fairmount

Kindergarten

3rd

Popcorn Popoff

Jude Wiedman

Fairmount

Kindergarten

1st

How Height Impacts How Much Shake Your Building Can Take

Isabella Carter

FHMS

Seventh

3rd

Fantastic Fruit Changes


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