Rye Neck Students Advance to Tri-County Science and Technology Fair

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Rye Neck Union Free School District students – who have been diligently working on their science research projects – will showcase their exhibits at the Tri-County Science & Technology Fair, to be held on April 28 at White Plains Senior High School. The regional science fair brings together more than 250 student-scientists from Putnam, Rockland and Westchester counties who showcase their exhibits before a team of judges in their respective categories. 

Participating students from F.E. Bellows Elementary School include fourth-graders Aoife Bronnimann (Chemistry), Sasha Carmel (Health and Medicine), Jack Evangelista and Julian Russo (Physics), Lillianna Fauci (Environment), Harrison Millan (Physics), Brady Sergio (Physics) and Gianna Stracuzzi (Chemistry). Fifth-graders include Aidan Arouh (Environment), Zachary D’Amico (Engineering and Technology), Max Engelen (Environment), Ella Grann (Chemistry), Dylan Ledden (Physics), Carys McGrory (Health and Medicine), Samina Quli (Health and Medicine), Thehara Ubayawardena (Biology) and William White (Physics). 

Participating students from Rye Neck Middle School include sixth-graders Isabel Palacios-Ferrer (Psychology), Derek Ryan (Chemistry) and Kyle Ryan (Environment), as well as seventh-graders Katie Blanch (Physics) and Alexis Friedman (Physics). Eighth-graders include Abigail Andrade (Physics), Olivia Auffarth (Biology), Phillip Buettner (Earth Science/Space), Bella Caporusso (Biology), Ben D’Amico (Engineering), Samantha Haviland (Psychology), Ava Liebmann (Physics), Matthew Lord (Earth Science/Space), Peter Nicholas (Environment), Jessica Park (Physics), Linus Ringstad (Math/Computer Science), Henry Robertson (Math/Computer Science) and Julia Sandberg (Chemistry). 

Participating students from Rye Neck High School include sophomores Adam Galluccio (Physiological/Experimental Psychology), Jonathan Marcuse (Engineering/Technology), Owen Robertson (Engineering/Technology) and Lucas Vienne (Engineering/Technology); juniors Ema Jovanovic (Physiological/Experimental Psychology), Anna Nakagama (Clinical/Social Psychology), Nicole Rereira (Physiological/Experimental Psychology), Rebecca Tenner (Clinical/Social Psychology) and Melissa Valqui (Physiological/Experimental Psychology); and seniors Olivia Dunne (Medicine and Medical Science & Technology), Evelyn Hong (Physiological/Experimental Psychology), Marisa Santoli (Medicine and Medical Science & Technology), Bennett Taylor (Environment) and Rebecca Taylor (Medicine and Medical Science & Technology).