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David Baden has qualified for the International Science & Engineering Fair that will be held in Pittsburgh, PA in May. There is going to be a fundraiser at Mancinos in Archbold on April 2nd to help David and several other area students attend the International Science & Engineering Fair. Your help would be greatly appreciated.
On Saturday, March 10th, seven Patrick Henry students attended the District Science Fair at the University of Toledo. Morgan Shope, David Baden, Emily Tackett and Lauren Rohrs earned Superior ratings and qualified for the State Science Day in Columbus, OH. Haley Crouch, Hannah Meyer and Andrew Baden earned excellent ratings. The State Science Day will be held on May 12, 2018 at The Ohio State University. Nearly one thousand participants from all over Ohio will compete for over 200 prizes and scholarships.
Sponsored award winners;
Morgan Shope (11)--Tillotson UT District Science Day Scholarship, $1000 annually for four years
David Baden (11)--1st Place American Chemical Society Award, $100
Emily Tackett (12)--2nd Place UT Department of Psychology Award, $25
State Qualifiers Photo - Lauren Rohrs, Morgan Shope, Emily Tackett and David Baden.
On March 3, 2018, nine students in grades 7 through 11 represented Patrick Henry School District the North West Ohio Science and Engineering Fair at the Northwest State Community College in Archbold. Nearly one hundred of the best high school and middle school science fair projects from seven counties in Northwest Ohio were on display. The top rating of superior went to David Baden (11), Morgan Shope (10), Haley Crouch (10), Ryanna Tietje (10), Sydney Rohrs (9), and Andrew Baden (7). Hannah Meyer (10), Emily Tackett (10), and Katie Cole (9) received high “Excellent” ratings. David Baden of Patrick Henry High School and Jordon Skate of Pettisville High School were selected as the finalists to represent Northwest Ohio at the Intel International Science Fair. These two will compete among the top 1500 projects in the world at the ISEF in Pittsburgh, PA, in May, 2018. David was also selected for the Terra/Suny Genius Olympiad in Oswego, New York, in June.
The interest level and number of open enrollment students from the Custar area increases each school year. To enable families in the Custar and Milton Center area to have their children attend PH under open enrollment, we will run a bus to Custar next school year if we have at least 10 new students that will open enroll and be picked up there. The pickup and drop off location will be the Farmers & Merchants State Bank parking lot.
Anyone from the Custar and Milton Center area that would like to open enroll for the 2018-2019 school year and have their child be picked up in Custar should contact the Superintendent’s Office at 419-274-4853 by April 30th. If we have a minimum of 10 new students by April 30th we will move forward with this plan.
This is a special timeline just to determine the interest in this new location and to allow our district to begin planning accordingly. Families currently attending under open enrollment will follow the normal timelines for re-enrolling for next school year.
Feel free to share this information with someone in the Custar and Milton Center area that you think may be interested.
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