This past Saturday, June 6, three young Revere scientists competed against 218 of the best science fair projects from all six geographic regions in the state – and they brought home some hardware.
Again, as with the regional fair held last month, the Revere students – all seventh-graders, who are pictured above – carried on Revere’s tradition of Science Fair excellence, said David Lyons, a science director for the district.
John Dello Russo, with his Plants to Protein project, captured a third place award. There were also two Honorable Mention Awards that Logan DiCarlo, with her Loopy Roller Coaster, and Mathew Roncevich, with his Geology Wars!, won.
This all-day event was held at the campus of Worcester Technical High School and provided the proper venue for students to receive statewide accolades.
“What makes their achievements even more impressive is the fact that all of our award winners will still be in middle school next year,” said Lyons. “Their return, along with the talents of our other students, will guarantee that our tradition of excellence continues into the future.”