LCS Wins Big at the Regional Science and Engineering Fair
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Lakeland Christian SchoolOne of the core values of LCS is the belief that we are partnering with parents in the Christian education of their children. We believe that mutual respect, communication and involvement by all partners is essential for success of our mission.LCS is a school. We believe that being a Christian school and being a top-flight academic institution should not be mutually exclusive. On the contrary, we take the mandate of Colossians 3:23 that calls us to strive to be the best. We provide a variety of rigorous, engaging, academic and co-curricular activities that enable students to identify and express the full range of their unique gifts and abilities.
At the Polk Regional Science and Engineering Fair Awards last night, LCS experienced extraordinary success. Under the direction of Mr. Matthew Croxton, our students had the best showing ever.
They received two second place awards and EIGHT first place awards. Seven students will compete in the Florida State Science and Engineering Fair in March 2019. All of the project titles and place awards are listed in the spreadsheet below.
Emilie Morin and Kylah Blough placed second in their categories.
Wenjo Lai, Neil Dave, Lauren Jones, Hannah Aplin, and Kelsey Winters placed first in their categories.
The team of Connor McLoughlin and Alan Stewart won first place and Best of Fair in the Junior Division.
Lauren Nonnenmocher won first place and Best of Fair in the Senior Division and was selected to compete at the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix in May 2019.
Congratulations to Mr. Croxton and to each student. To God be the glory.
|1st/Best in Show||SR||Animal Science||Lauren Nonnenmocher||Reef Relief: Investigating the Allelopathic Effects of Soft Corals on the Health of Large and Small Polyp Stony Corals|
|1st||SR||Behavioral Science||Hannah Aplin||Fidget Toy Effects on Adolescent ADHD Measured Using the Fraser Spiral Concentration Test|
|1st||SR||Plant Science||Kelsey Winters||Investigating Allicin’s Antifungal Properties on Palmer Amaranth|
|Honorable Mention||SR||Engineering||Katherine Miller||Harvesting Condensation: Creating a Source of Fresh Water for Plants-Year 3|
|1st||JR||Chemistry||Wenjo Lai||Basic Cocoa: Investigating the Effects of Strong Bases on the Extraction of Caffeine and Theobromine From Cocoa Powder|
|1st/Best in Show||JR||Cell & Molecular/Biochemistry||Allan Stewart||Doping Dodder With Auxin Agar: Growth Changes in a Parasitic Plant by Venous Connection to Host Tomato|
|1st/Best in Show||JR||Cell & Molecular/Biochemistry||Connor McLoughlin||Doping Dodder With Auxin Agar: Growth Changes in a Parasitic Plant by Venous Connection to Host Tomato|
|1st||JR||Environmental Engineering||Neil Dave||Solvents and Smoke, Feat. Invertebrate Indicators: Year II|
|1st||JR||Microbiology||Lauren Jones||Cu Later, Aerobic Bacteria?|
|2nd||JR||Animal Science||Kylah Blough||Wing Reflectance Variation in the Territorial White Peacock Butterfly|
|2nd||JR||Plant Science||Emilie Morin||Effects of Spectrally Filtered QLED Lights on Wisconsin Fast Plant Heights|
More information at: https://www.lcsrise.com/2019-science-fair/