Two WJMS students won awards in the Georgia State Science & Engineering Fair.
Caleb Cartee won 3rd Place Honors in Animal Sciences and was also awarded the University of Georgia Department of Cellular Biology “Best Junior Division Project.” His research project question was “How would changing the day/night cycle of a dinoflagellate affect the organism’s bioluminescence?”
Katlyn Sullivan won 3rd Place Honors in Physics & Astronomy and was also awarded the SPIE Optics and Photonics Award for Junior Division. Her research project question was “Changing the View of the Night Sky: Does the temperature at the time of the photo affect the glow of the night sky?”
Also participating at the state level were Sanan Khairabadi and Ann Parker. These students advanced to the state-level competition after winning at the school and regional levels.