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Student Awards

The 'Phantastic' Physics Award recognizes students who are doing an
outstanding job in science. During Trimester 1, several students are
nominated and placed on our winners board. Students are nominated for
things like a perfect week (all assignments completed and 100% on each), high
test or quiz grade, asking great questions, drawing superior conclusions,
best improvement, etc. At the end of the trimester, a name is drawn and that
student is the Phantastic Physics winner of the year.

Here are our winners...

WINNER                       REASON
Troy Gietek                  Perfect Start (100% first four weeks)

Madison Hales                Perfect Start (100% first four weeks)

Brooke Hylka                 Perfect Start (100% first four weeks)

Madelin Carpenter-Crawford   100% on Unit 1 Test

Elizabeth Hankes             100% on Unit 1 Test

Madelin Carpenter-Crawford   Highest Percentage on Progress Reports

Apoorva Dayananda            Highest Score on Unit 2 Test

Brizesh Maddipati            Highest Score on Unit 2 Test

Madelin Carpenter-Crawford   Highest Score on Unit 3 Test

Sarah Newhard                Highest Score on Final Exam

Nolan Paul                   Highest Score on Final Exam

Sarah Newhard                Highest Percentage for Final Grade

          GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Madelin Carpenter-Crawford

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The Cool Chemist Award recognizes students who are doing an
outstanding job in science. During Trimester 2, several students are
nominated and placed on our winners board. Students are nominated for
things like a perfect week (all assignments completed and 100% on each), high
test or quiz grade, asking great questions, drawing superior conclusions,
best improvement, etc. At the end of the trimester, a name is drawn and that
student is the Cool Chemist winner of the year.

Here are our winners...

WINNER                       REASON





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The Excellent Earth Science Award recognizes students who are doing an
outstanding job in science. During Trimester 3, several students are
nominated and placed on our winners board. Students are nominated for
things like a perfect week (all assignments completed and 100% on each), high
test or quiz grade, asking great questions, drawing superior conclusions,
best improvement, etc. At the end of the trimester, a name is drawn and that
student is the Excellent Earth Science Award winner of the year.

Here are our winners from last year...

WINNERS                     REASON
Kelli Weigold               Perfect Start (100% first 4 weeks)

Madeline Engelsman          100% on Unit 7 Test

Kelli Weigold               100% on Unit 7 Test

Jack Block                  100% on Unit 7 Test

Natalie Hong                100% on Unit 7 Test

Megan Rasak                 100% on Unit 7 Test

Amritha Sivakumaran         100% on Unit 7 Test

Lena Timko                  100% on Unit 7 Test

Lauren Munson               100% on Unit 7 Test

Jacob Honer                 100% on Unit 7 Test

Sara Zennedjian             100% on Unit 7 Test

Kelli Weigold               100% on Unit 8 Test

Natalie Hong                100% on Unit 8 Test

Gautham Baddigam            100% on Unit 8 Test

Jacob Honer                 100% on Unit 8 Test

Sara Zennedjian             100% on Unit 8 Test

Natalie Hong                Highest Percentage on Progress Reports
 
Riya Patil                  100% on Final Exam

Kelli Weigold               100% on Final Exam

Natalie Hong                100% on Final Exam

Smriti Patil                100% on Final Exam

Jacob Schoenherr            100% on Final Exam

Gautham Baddigam            100% on Final Exam

Travis Bell                 100% on Final Exam

Natalie Hong                Highest Percentage for Final Grade (111.8%)


          GRAND PRIZE WINNER: Natalie Hong
 




             

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