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Students from Holy Redeemer High School recently competed in the 77th Annual State Meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS), bringing home 17 awards in science and mathematics. Emily Becker, Sarah Beth Kolodziej, Bryce Partlow, Katie Serino, Matt Sipsky, Christina Springer and Sarah Williams earned first-place awards in mathematics. John Kane won first place in chemistry; Tyler Guilford was awarded first place in physics; and Nick Morrison won first place in zoology. Steve Gadomski and Will Rutkowski scored second-place awards in mathematics. Stacey Warga earned second place in botany and Michael Blaine won second place in physics. Steve Gadomski, Nick Morrison and Katie Serino received Perseverance Awards for their three years or more of participation in PJAS at the state level. Faculty sponsors for PJAS participants were Linda Rakauskas, Joni Clarke, Becky Rutkowski, Steve Wise, Keith Zielen, Mary Humiston and Diane Jones. Award winning students, from left, first row, are Guilford, Warga, Springer, Williams and Blaine. Second row: Anita Sirak, principal; Rutkowski; Partlow; Sipsky; Kane; and Zielen.
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