​  Greenwich Students Win at the STANYS Science Congress State Competition

Two Junior High Greenwich Students Competed Saturday June 11th at the STANYS Science Congress at the Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in Syracuse, NY.  Around 50 New York State junior high school and senior high school students presented their novel research and engineering projects to a host of science professionals and researchers at the state level competition.  The students have been working on their innovations and research since September. To earn a place at this year’s competition students had to win first, second or third place at their local regional competition.  At the competition Samuel Dixson won High Honors for his research, “Hay Sugar, What’s Up? The Effect of the Time of Day Timothy Hay is Cut on the Sugar Content”.  Hudson Logan, won Honors,  for his research, “Greasy Grimy, Grocery Bags! The Effect of Amount of Use of Reusable Grocery Bags on Bacterial Contamination.”