FRAMINGHAM – A half dozen Marian High students will represent the high school at the Worcester Regional Science and Engineer Fair at Worcester Polytechnical Institute.
Those students are:
- Hannah Zolock (Framingham) class of 2020 – Hydroponic Gardening
- Ben Guerriero (Bolton) class of 2018- Metal Resistance and Temperature
- Jojo Kasaato (Framingham) class of 2019- Oscillation Reactions
- Lia Brossi (Ashland) class of 2019 – Oyster and Clam Water Filtration
- Lizzie Brady (Holliston) class of 2020 – Effect on Vitamin C by heat
- Gabe Gonzalez (Hudson) class of 2019 – Thermal Insulation
The fair is scheduled for March 10.
The Worcester Regional Science & Engineering Fair is a registered nonprofit charitable organization founded in 1956 and continuing to the present day.
The Fair is affiliated with the Massachusetts State Science & Engineering Fair, Inc. (MSSEF) and the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF).
The fair’s mission is to encourage the development of student inquiry-based science process skills by supporting the education community, by providing a forum where students can dialogue with professionals and by honoring science achievement.
The WRSEF supports both middle (grades 6-8) and high school (grades 9-12) divisions at separate annual events held a Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI).
Approximately 40 projects from each division qualify to enter the MSSEF.
The top five highest scoring projects in the high school fair are invited to participate in the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF).