St. Vincent de Paul students who competed in the district science fair March 15 are, first row, from left, John Brenneman, Marisol Ausec, Douglas Natoce, Hayden Lingel, Luke Whitacre and Charlie Mayville. Second row, from left, are Matthew Sabula, Karlyn Kanuckel, Lauren Pfeifer, Lily Burnside, Trevor Grohe and Conrad Stein. Third row, from left, Justin Thomas, Sam Wendt, Laurel Vines and Zach Fernandez.

Submitted photo St. Vincent de Paul students who competed in the district science fair March 15 are, first row, from left, John Brenneman, Marisol Ausec, Douglas Natoce, Hayden Lingel, Luke Whitacre and Charlie Mayville. Second row, from left, are Matthew Sabula, Karlyn Kanuckel, Lauren Pfeifer, Lily Burnside, Trevor Grohe and Conrad Stein. Third row, from left, Justin Thomas, Sam Wendt, Laurel Vines and Zach Fernandez.

 


MOUNT VERNON — St. Vincent de Paul students did well at the district science fair held March 15 at OSU-Marion.

The 16 sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders, accompanied by teachers Terra Dilly, John Vining and Sharon Tharp, brought home eight excellent ratings and eight superior ratings.

Earning excellent ratings were eighth-graders Karlyn Kanuckel and Laurel Vines; seventh-graders Lily Burnside, Trevor Grohe and Lauren Pfeifer; and sixth-graders Marisol Ausec, Hayden Lingel and Douglas Natoce.

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