Many local winners this week, beginning with...Mamaroneck High School’s Jason Miller, named a finalist at the Westchester Science & Engineering Fair.
The Fair provides a forum for high school students to showcase their scientific research studies and compete for scholarships and prizes including a grand prize all-expenses paid trip to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.
Hommocks 7th grader Stephen Sollid won a digital photo lab for the middle school as the grand prize winner in Microsoft Bing’s earth day photo contest in the 11-13 age category. Stephen’s prize package with a retail value of $2,800, will benefit Hommocks Middle School and its students. Within the next several weeks, Hommocks will receive a Digital Photo Lab, including12 HP Pavilion desktops, 12 monitors, three PhotoSmart Printers, 10 paper and ink value packs and three Canon Rebel EOS Cameras. Thank you, Stephen!
The New Rochelle police department honored its own members during this national police memorial week. Police Officer Robert Wenzler was named Police Officer of the Year and CSO Stacey Craft was named Civilian Employee of the Year. Deah Dushyanth of Jefferson Elementary School won First Place in the Police Memorial Essay contest and read her winning entry at the award ceremony. Click here to see the complete list of honorees.
Hommocks Gym Teacher Cathleen Ferguson has been nominated and selected for the American DreamerAward for her dedication to helping students with disabilities. She will receive a special award at the BOCES Southern Westchester luncheon.
Congrats to all!