WSST Science Essay Contest 

Winners 2020 WSST

Science is not a subject you took in school, it’s life. We are wrapped by it, in it, with it. And one’s science literacy should never be viewed as a disposable dimension of one’s mind – not in this, the 21st century, where the engines of tomorrow’s economies will derive from wise investments and innovations in science and technology.

-- NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON

Winners of the 2018 WSST Science Essay Contest 

PK-2

Student:  Derr Lewis

Teacher:  Nancy Lambert

Address:  Huegel Elementary, 2601 Prairie Rd, Madison, WI 53711

 

3-5

Student: Coral Schmidt

Teacher: Matt Gallo

Address:  Eagle School, 5454 Gunflint Trail, Fitchburg, WI 53711

 

6-8

Student:  Arushi Bharadwaj

Teacher:  Laurie Horne

Address:  Wisconsin Hills Middle School, 18700 W. Wisconsin Ave., Brookfield, WI 53045

 

9-12

Student: Neville Nazareth

Teacher: Jennifer Bault

address:  Nicolet High School, 6701 N. Jean Nicolet Rd., Glendale, WI 53217

WINNING ENTRIES 2017 

High School

Science's Role in the Evolution of the World

Casey Kroening

Teacher: Laurie Leaf

Bruce High School (Bruce, WI)

Middle School

Why does Science Matter to Society?

Natasha Sokhi

Teacher: Nicole Nevers

Kohler Middle School (Kohler, WI)

Grades 3-5

Why Does Science Matter to Society?

Sharlotte Hanusa

Teacher: Alicia Dequaine

East Elementary (Baraboo)

Grades K-2

Why Science Matters to Society

Lexi Kenas

Teacher: Mary Kenas

Sullivan Elementary (Sullivan, WI)

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