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Success for Sudbury Catholic at national science fair

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | May 28, 2014 - 1:41 PM |
Several Sudbury Catholic District School board students brought home awards from the Canada Wide Science Fair, which was held in Windsor earlier this month. From left are Marika Moskalyk, Alex Millar, Marina Leblanc, Loretta Cuda (teacher),  Melissa Talevi (teacher), Dayna Rachkowski and Hayley Mackenzie. Supplied photo.

Several Sudbury Catholic District School board students brought home awards from the Canada Wide Science Fair, which was held in Windsor earlier this month. From left are Marika Moskalyk, Alex Millar, Marina Leblanc, Loretta Cuda (teacher), Melissa Talevi (teacher), Dayna Rachkowski and Hayley Mackenzie. Supplied photo.

Several Sudbury Catholic District School board students brought home awards from the Canada Wide Science Fair, which was held in Windsor earlier this month.

Marymount students Hayley Mackenzie and Dayna Rachkowski won the Resource Award for developing a better way to use natural resources that provide sustainable sources of food, products or prosperity for their project titled “Aquaponics.”

Alex Millar and Marika Moskalyk, also students at Marymount, won an Excellence Award - Silver Medal for their project titled “Green Gold: Phytoremediation of the
Long Lake Gold Mine.”

St. James student Marina Leblanc won an Excellence Award – Bronze Medal for her project titled “Cold Feet.”

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