Tremendous Showing at Science Congress

Walt Whitman’s Assistant Principal Jon Varlamos, back left, and Science Research teacher Fredrick Feraco, 2nd from left back row, join in congratulating our talented students.
Walt Whitman’s Assistant Principal Jon Varlamos, back left, and Science Research teacher Fredrick Feraco, 2nd from left back row, join in congratulating our talented students.
“Rena is an engineering green-thinking student who gets involved with anything to help the environment and the earth,” said Mr. Feraco of his award-winning student.
“Rena is an engineering green-thinking student who gets involved with anything to help the environment and the earth,” said Mr. Feraco of his award-winning student.

Walt Whitman’s Science Research teacher Fredrick Feraco is happy to share the results from the Long Island Science Congress Senior division. “I am especially proud to report that Rena Shapiro, a 9th grader, won The Directors Award, Green Planet Award, High Honors and Most Distinguished Categorical Project,” said Mr. Feraco. Additionally, these talented students all turned in excellent results:

Meritorious Award- Isabella Bonvicin and Nicole Rapacciuolo

Meritorious Award- Camilo Vasquez

Achievement Award- Stephen Hong and Umema Sidiqqui

Honorable Mention- Emily Riha

Honorable Mention- Meghan Italo

Honorable Mention- Emily Riha and Emma Tuohy

Honorable Mention- Amanda Riha

Honorable Mention- Raja Umer

Honorable Mention- Dean Mirissis

Honorable Mention- Eliot Yoon and Ethan Halle.