WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. --White Plains High School’s Science Research Program had four winners at last Saturday’s Westchester-Rockland Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. This annual competition attracts hundreds of students from approximately 30 different high schools in the two counties. Students compete in various categories, ranging from behavior to cell and molecular biology. White Plains winners were:
- Nicholas Crino (Junior) - Third Place overall in display poster board level (behavior)
- Bridgit O’Donnell (Senior) - Second Place in earth and environmental science II competitive poster board level
- Elana Hausknecht (Junior) - First place in biology III competitive poster board level
- Sarah Samaranayake (Senior) - First place in medicine and health IV competitive poster board
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