JPII was well represented by 25 of its finest young scientist at the sixth annual Middle Tennessee STEM Expo, held Wednesday, April 11 at MTSU. Our students were among the 644 students (5th-12th grade) who represented 45 Midstate schools in 7 districts. The 297 projects that were presented highlighted science, technology, engineering, math, research and more.
STEM projects are designed to promote a process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem or challenge. These rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practice skills necessary for success in communication, collaboration and critical thinking.
Join us in congratulating Mrs. Jennifer Dye and the following students who each won a GOLD medal for their projects: Carson Blake, Cainie Brown, English Chesser, Ian Dillick, Madalyn Dye, Mickey Engel, James Ficcaro, Missie Fussell, William Fussell, Andrew Gray, Madeline Hartlage, Harrison Howze, Grace Humbert, Alli Kolemba, Devon LeCave, Eli Lockert, Caeley Murray, Judson Murray, David Nguyen, Nolan Patton, Shane Shankar, Shawn Shankar, Jacob Vaughn, Waylon Jin, and Austin Wilhite.