All The Right Stuff @ STEM Diversity Fair

Sarah Choudhary, an eighth-grader at Stimson Middle School showed how plants given water that had been micro-waved fared far worse because the radiation from microwaving changed the molecules, altering their structure in a way that cannot be utilized by living organisms.
Sarah Choudhary, an eighth-grader at Stimson Middle School showed how plants given water that had been micro-waved fared far worse because the radiation from microwaving changed the molecules, altering their structure in a way that cannot be utilized by living organisms.

South Huntington students participated in the 5th annual STEM Diversity Fair at Farmingdale State College on Friday, March 20th and we want to congratulate the talented students and dedicated mentors who performed with distinction. These young South Huntington scholars have certainly made our learning family proud. 

Congratulations to Silas Wood students:  Logan Bermudez, Annabelle Novinski, Scott Martin, Aarav Shah, Lorraine Jean Pierre, Julianna Lopez, Emily Teplansky, Chris Scortichini, Emily Gharabaghi, Amanda Smuss, Justin Feinman, Rena Shapiro, Chloe Murphy, Ryan Rummell, James Tadlock, and Anna Keller. 

Congratulations to Stimson students:  Sarah Nace, Riley Turner, Andrew Ferreri, Sarah Choudhary, Brady Mondry, Shaan Khan, Chris Pileggi, Heather Abbene, Sydney Khan, Kayla Sakayan, and Madison Fulcher. 

Congratulations to Walt Whitman students:  Alivia Barton, Hanna Fink, Olivia Poplawski, James Reilly, Anna Rizzo, Margarita Canas, Shahzel Ehsan, Ariana Monterroso, Michael Morck, Jamie Kralstein, Jillian Leydon, Shannon McHale, Meagan O’Donnell, Rosa Portaro, and Deja Tejada.

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