Middle school students from all over Dallas participated in Dallas ISD’s Science Fair at the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center Jan. 20. Local schools Sanger and J.L. Long placed several individuals and teams in the top three.

At Sanger, Willow Jones placed first in Biochemistry, Merrick Ingraham placed first in Biomedical and Health Sciences, Catherine Sternberg placed first in Biomedical Engineering and Rowan Ingraham placed first in Environmental Engineering. Ruth Bistrian placed second in Chemistry, Tomas Rivas placed second in Energy and Soren Ingraham placed second in Physics and Astronomy.

Check out J.L. Long’s top finishers below.

PlaceCategoryName(s)Project Name
1st (Individual)Animal SciencesKathryn McElheniePet Drool is Super Cool
1st (Individual)Engineering MechanicsRoan ManakThe Incredewall
3rd (Individual)Behavioral and Social SciencesAlexander SnyderHow Do Deadlines Affect How Fast you Work?
3rd (Individual)Physics and AstronomyJack LemoineThe Physics of Cheating in Baseball
1st (Team)Biomedical and Health SciencesElizabeth Dahlman, Elizabeth Medin and Rose RaineyHot or Cold, Let The Truth Be Told
1st (Team)- UT Southwestern Special AwardBiomedical EngineeringRiley Adams, Zach Lewis and Reid McMillanStained Teeth Egg-stravaganza
1st (Team)ChemistryAvery Armstrong, Charlotte Crowell and Ellery SampleTo Fizz or Not To Fizz
1st (Team)Engineering MechanicsAiden Dekock, Marc Segura and Evan SeguraFoundation Sensation
1st (Team)MicrobiologyNoah Herchen, Alex Moodley and Noah WilmotIs the Five Second Rule True or False?
2nd (Team)Plant ScienceWesley Neely, Tyler Patterson and Sam TeagueI Wet My Pants

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