Budding Scientists Present Research at Lebo Symposium January 16, 2013
Students in the Honors Scientific Investigations class presented their research findings during the Lebo Scientific Research Symposium and Poster Session. From left to right:Stephanie Kong, Rachel Potter, Nick Zak and Gabbi Hill.
On Jan. 15, students in the high school Honors Scientific Investigations course presented course work findings during the Lebo Scientific Research Symposium and Poster Session. During the past semester, students in grades 10-12 have been working on independent research programs they conceived, designed and implemented. The students presented their research on a variety of topics from the effects of course load on a high school studentís sleep patterns to the effects of caffeine exposure on the behavior of cockroaches. The students are taught by Mr. Shaun Tomaszewski.
Honors Scientific Investigations is an elective science course open to students in grades 9-12 that encourages them to investigate a subject matter of interest to them, conduct the research and present their findings during the Symposium.