Spotlighting Students’ Scientific Successes

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During the district’s 11th annual Science Awards Ceremony, FHS students were awarded for their accomplishments in various competitions, inducted into the New York state Science Honor Society and recognized for their participation in the Science Olympiad.

The program, which began with a lecture by guest speaker Dr. John Tanacredi, a professor of Earth and Environmental Studies at Molloy College, featured the announcements of students’ names for their success in competitions including the annual Nassau College Science Fair, the Neurological Seminar at Rockefeller Center and the annual STEM Conference at the Cradle of Aviation. Sixteen new members were inducted to the state Science Honor Society during the ceremony. Students and groups recognized received certificates to celebrate their achievements.

The ceremony served to commend the students for their stellar work in the field of science, and encouraged them to continue their hard work in high school, college and beyond.