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Rogers High School has announced the winners of the annual science fair. This year’s fair was conducted entirely in a virtual environment. More than 50 students presented to over 65 judges. Scoring was extremely close as many projects were judged to be outstanding by the volunteer judges from the community including NUWC, URI professors, the Boys and Girls Club, Administration, faculty and staff, RHS alumni, and leading RHS seniors.
The winners will represent Rogers High School at the state science fair competition in March at CCRI. This years’ winners are:
|Science Fair Category||Engineering Category|
Pauline Cooper – Face Covering Effectiveness
Taylor Curry – Crystallization of Honey Delaney Gouveia – Paper Towel Absorbency
Miyah Brooks and Grace Cesarini – pH Levels and effects on Limestone
Riley Ferreira – Store brand Ibuprofen Dissolution Reese Prater –The Most Effective Covid-19 Face Mask
Meghan Mureddu – Golf club loft and effects on distance & height
Dylan Walker and Sam Cullen – Liquid Density and Freezing time
Dellicia Allen and Kalysha Abdullah – Effects ofMusic on Focusing
Faye Dickison – Hand Santizer vs Bacteria Catherine Deangelo – Plants in harsh environments
Theo Henson Driver monitoring system
John Gleason Grade point average calculator
Ella Walker Snore-No-More