Posted On: Thursday, March 14, 2013

LHS Science Fair participants (front row L-R) Abigail Norman, Katelyn Martin, Haylee Campbell, Cate Schleckman; back row, Jimmy Toner.

 Harding students' projects

Garfield 2nd place winners Ian Bell (left) and Sandor Sundem

Five high school and a dozen middle school students participated in the 59th annual Northeastern Ohio Science & Engineering Fair at Cleveland State March 7 and all came away with an award or recognition. Leading the way was freshman Cate Schleckman’s first-place award in the Environmental Science division.

There were lots of second place awards to go around for Lakewood students. In addition to Schleckman’s first place showing, all the rest of the LHS entrants garnered second-place awards and seven of the middle schoolers earned second place. The fair attracted 605 projects from 95 schools in the seven surrounding counties. 

The following are all the students who participated in the fair, their recognition and category:

Ian Bell – 2nd place, physics

Sandor Sundem –  2nd place, physics              

Lauren Klann – 2nd place, health and medicine

Devin Lavrisha – 2nd place, physics

Elena Mulready – 2nd place behavioral science

Sophia Nanni – 2nd  engineering, Special awards: $50 from American Institute of Civil Engineers, Medal & Certificate from US Navy/Marine Corps

Caleigh Sheehan – 2nd place physics

Rachel Daso – 3rd place environmental science

Abbey Stone – 3rd place behavioral science

Melina Lawrence – Honorable mention, behavioral science

Julia Neff – Honorable mention, biology

Emma Yonkers – Honorable mention, health and medicine

Lakewood High:

Cate Schleckman – 1st place, environmental science. Special awards: CSU Dept. of Biology & Geology; Environmental Science Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Haylee Campbell – 2nd place, behavioral science

Katelyn Martin – 2nd place, behavioral science

Abigail Norman – 2nd place, behavioral science

Jimmy Toner – 2nd place, physics





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