Western Wayne students participate in PJAS competition – News … – Scranton Times-Tribune

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Western Wayne High School and Middle School students competed at the state meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science held May 14-16 at Penn State University, Main Campus. Representing the high school: Mallory Jablon received a first award for her research in behavioral science and was chosen as a Pennsylvania Science Talent Search award recipient. Kirstin Metschulat received a first award for her research in behavioral science. Darlene Black received a second award for her research in ecology. Caitlin Falloon served as a technician for the presentations. Representing the Middle School: Jamie Bryan received a first award for her research in behavioral science. Caydence Faatz received a second award for her research in zoology. From left: Jamie, Caydence, Kirstin, Caitlin, Darlene and Mallory.

Western Wayne High School and Middle School students competed at the state meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science held May 14-16 at Penn State University, Main Campus. Representing the high school: Mallory Jablon received a first award for her research in behavioral science and was chosen as a Pennsylvania Science Talent Search award recipient. Kirstin Metschulat received a first award for her research in behavioral science. Darlene Black received a second award for her research in ecology. Caitlin Falloon served as a technician for the presentations. Representing the middle school: Jamie Bryan received a first award for her research in behavioral science. Caydence Faatz received a second award for her research in zoology. From left: Jamie, Caydence, Kirstin, Caitlin, Darlene and Mallory.

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