Greater Lowell Technical School Announces 2021 Science Fair Winners


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More than 130 students participated virtually in Greater Lowell Tech’s 2021 Science fair. (Courtesy Photo Greater Lowell Tech)

TYNGSBOROUGH –  Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to announce the winners of the Greater Lowell Tech 2021 Science Fair.

On Tuesday, April 13, Greater Lowell Tech held its annual science fair for all grades. This year the entire fair was done virtually in order to comply with all COVID-19 prevention guidelines. Each student who participated prepared an experiment of their choice and made a presentation to a panel of judges that included Superintendent Jill Davis, science teachers, and retired math and science teachers. The judges then collaborated in picking a Gold, Silver, and Bronze winner from each group.

This year’s fair featured over 100 different projects created by the more than 130 students who participated. Students could create projects for one of six groups: Biology, Chemistry, Food Science, Motion and Force, Technology, and Experiments on Human Behavior.

The winners are as follows:

  • The Gold winner of the Biology group was Abbey Gingras, a junior from Dracut in the Programming and Web Development program, for her project “How Could you be Affecting your Friendly Neighborhood Grass?” The Silver winner was Olivia Langone, a sophomore from Dracut in the Early Childhood Education program, for her project “Masks and Bacteria.” The Bronze winner was Aliyah Orn, a sophomore from Lowell in the Cosmetology program, for her project “Mixing Colors Using Lights.”
  • The Gold winner for the Food Science group was Leann Ros, a sophomore from Lowell in the Health Assisting program, for her project “Preventing Apples From Browning.” The Silver winner was Destiny Rios, a sophomore from Lowell in the Medical Assisting program, for her project “Comparisons of Chips, Pringles, and Pretzels.” The Bronze winner was Amanda Diogo, a sophomore from Lowell in the Programming and Web Development program, for her project “Baking Soda vs. Baking Powder.”
  • The Gold winner for the Chemistry group was Michael Boisvert, a sophomore from Dracut in the Electrical program, for his project “Eggs Floating in Salt Water.” The Silver winner was Jennaeve Pimentel, a sophomore from Dracut in the Health Assisting program, for her project “Can Solids Flow like Liquids?” The Bronze winner was Christopher Brady, a senior from Dracut in the Carpentry program, for his project “Electrolytes: Sports Drinks vs. Juice.”
  • The Gold winner for the Motions and Force group was Karen Vinal, a senior from Tyngsborough in the Computer-Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) program, for her project “Aerodynamics of Racing.” The Silver winner is Chelsea Khe, a sophomore from Lowell in the Cosmetology program, for her project “Moving Water with the Archimedes Screw Pump.” The Bronze winner was Luke…



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