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Syosset High School Students Shine in LI Science Congress

Students were recognized for their achievements.

Syosset High School students saw big wins when they competed in the Long Island Science Congress at St. Joseph’s University in March. Several students were recognized for their achievements, according to Syosset Schools. 

Qualifying for highest honors, high honors or honors were Andrew Ardizzone, Joshua Bassin, Ryan Huie, Rachel Kang, Joshua Katz, Hamza Khiji, Sarah Lee, Andrea Ruggerio and Kavan Wadhwa.

Michael Collet, Justin Chen, Ishan Datt, Evan Garry, Jihyun (Michelle) Kim, Jonathan Koppelman, Kelly Siebert and Jourdan Smithwick received achievement awards. 
Alyssa Casale, Trisha Patel and Haley Silverman received meritorious awards.

Faith Park, Emma Sun and Cindy Zhang were awarded honorable mentions.

The Long Island Science Congress is an adjudicated exhibit of science projects developed by students of Nassau and Suffolk counties, and is limited to students taking New York State Regents science courses.

Competitive projects require physical displays, the use of instrumentation and scientific materials, collection of field or experimental data, data analysis and representation of findings. Project proposals, abstracts, reports and oral presentations based upon actual experiments performed by the participants that demonstrate the proper use of the scientific method were judged.

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