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2nd Annual East Muskingum Science Day
The second annual East Muskingum Science day was a complete success with more than 100 East Muskingum students represented by their projects in the JGHS gym on Monday, March 6th. Student participants ranged from seniors in high school to fifth graders, and were judged by more than twenty guest judges.
The 9th and 10th grade winners were Joseph Clifford, Keston Taylor and Ryan Knowlden with their experiment “Testing the Efficiency of the EV3 Mindcub3R”. Second place for this grade ranged was Elizabeth Kaiden and Jaylee Jordon with “How Temperature Effects Ultraviolet Beads” and third place went to Connor Moore and “Do Musicians Have Better Hearing?”
The 11th and 12th grade winners were Cheosung O’Brien and Robert Shoemaker with their experiment “Development of a Transmission”. In second place was Kyle McGee and John Hinze with “Testing the Efficiency of the EV3 Folding Machine” and in third was Kyler Brock, Garrett Mihalko and Mike McCall with the “Spread of the Red Oak in a Mature Forest”.
The overall winners were 6th graders Braylon Buchanan and Garrett Buchanan with their experiment “Robotics”. In second place was 5th grader Payton Freed with “Growing Gummy Bears” and in third place was juniors, Cheosung O’Brian and Robert Shoemaker with “Development of a Transmission”.