Science Olympiads Advance from Regional Competition

Regional success has been an annual tradition for Calumet High School and Washington Middle School Science Olympiad teams. This year was no different. Calumet High School Olympiads garnered 5 medals, 3 of which were 1st place finishes qualifying them to compete individually at the state finals. Washington Middle School Olympiads earned 15 medals in 19 events narrowly missing first place overall. The team's 2nd place finish qualified them to compete in the state finals. The state finals are set for May 4, 2024 at Western Michigan University. We wish all of our Science Olympians the very best at State's!

CHS Medalists:
1st Place Forensics - Keira Johnson/Byron David
1st Place Fossils - Lorelei Fryer/Byron David
1st Place Towers - Byron David/Keira Johnson
2nd Place Forestry - Lorelei Fryer
2nd Place Geologic Mapping - Lorelei Fryer

WMS Medalists:
1st Place Can’t Judge a Powder - Jack Jones/Gwenyth Skoog
1st Place Flight - Sterling Fryer/Jack Jones
1st Place Roller Coaster - Emelea Doolittle/Sofie Wild
1st Place Fossils - Quinn Alldredge/Justin Webber
2nd Place Air Trajectory - Sterling Fryer/Jack Jones
2nd Place Bridge - Merisa Lishinski/Bella Newsom
2nd Place Anatomy Physiology - Sofie Wild/Emelea Doolittle
2nd Place Wheeled Vehicle - Emelea Doolittle/Sofie Wild
2nd Place Fast Facts - Justin Weber/Quinn Alldredge
2nd Place Forestry - Gwenyth Skoog/Quinn Alldridge
2nd Place Meteorology - Justin Webber/Gwenyth Skoog
2nd Place Optics - Sterling Fryer
2nd Place Reach for the Stars - Sofie Wild/Emelea Doolittle
3rd Place Ecology - Gwenyth Skoog/Quinn Alldridge
3rd Place Write it/Do it - Emelea Doolittle/Sofie Wild




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