Salt Lake City — Students from the Madeleine Choir School brought home several awards from the Catholic Diocese Science Fair on Saturday, Feb. 25, earning top honors for the school. In a field of 275 students, MCS seventh- and eighth-graders scored first-, second- and third-place honors as well as numerous honorable mentions.
The highest award, The Young Scientist of the Year, went to Theyoung Puoy for her project, which answered the question, "does light affect the rate at which food spoils?" Victoria Stevens took home the Best Use of Mathematics Award. She proposed the question, "are dice fair?"
Other prize winners were: Megan Wolfe, Maria Stokes, Olivia Pratt, Seth Brown, Matthew Lamy, Trent Niederee, James Yost and Phoenix Poore.
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