The neighborhood’s Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair finalists

J.L. Long students Noah Herchen, Alex Moodley and Noah Wilmot (photo courtesy of Tracy McElhenie).

East Dallas’ middle school scientists participated in the Dallas Regional Science and Engineering Fair last week, competing against middle and high school students all over North Texas.

Plano, Frisco and Coppell schools dominated the awards, but East Dallas represented itself well. See below to find out how students from Sanger and J.L. Long (led by science teacher Johnny DeLeon) faired. A complete list of winners can be found here.

NameSchoolCategoryPlaceSpecial Award
Mark IngrahamSanger PreparatoryBiomedical and Health SciencesSecond
Kathryn McElhenieJ.L. LongAnimal Sciences and Computational BiologySecondDallas County Veterinary Medical Association
Soren IngrahamSanger PreparatoryPhysics and AstronomyHonorable Mention
Jack LemoineJ.L. LongPhysics and AstronomyHonorable MentionWK Research
Roan ManakJ.L. LongPhysics and AstronomyHonorable MentionAcoustical Society of Dallas
Alex Moodley, Noah Wilmot and Noah HerchenJ.L. LongCellular and Molecular Biology and BiochemistryHonorable Mention
Evan Segura, Marc Segura and Aiden DekockJ.L. LongEngineering MechanicsHonorable MentionWK Research

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