Saline Heritage Science Olympiad is looking for 2nd-5th grade Saline students with an interest in science, making friends, and having fun! If you are interested, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be holding a kick-off meeting in November and hope to start practices in February 2020.
On Saturday, May 11th, 53 2nd-5th grade students from Harvest, Pleasant Ridge, Woodland Meadows, and Heritage Elementary competed against more than 2,000 students from 39 different elementary schools in the 17th Annual Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad at Pioneer High School.
The Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad is the largest elementary Science Olympiad event in the country and consists of 21 events with topics including Feathered Friends, Estimania, Circuit Wizardry, iCompute, and GENE-ius.
The kids worked extremely hard preparing for the event, learning all about a myriad of science topics, and having fun. Our Saline Olympians placed in 19 out of the 40 events they entered.
No Bones About It (2nd Place): Scarlett Stetson
Gravity Racers (3rd Place): Luke Teems; Max Huff; Ezra Davis
Aerodynamics (4th Place): Rethul Manikandan; Luke Teems
To Infinity and Beyond (5th Place): Aprielle Hart; Drew Erickson
Barge Building (Honorable Mention): Aprielle Hart; Ally Miller
Feathered Friends (Honorable Mention): Madeleine Sweeney; Liam Haeussler
Hang Time (Honorable Mention): Mayur Reddy; Graham Bregger
Map Reading (Honorable Mention): Anish Jagarlamudi
On Target (Honorable Mention): Graham Bregger; Jack Spurry; Dillon Bhuva-Trombley
To Infinity and Beyond (Honorable Mention): Anish Jagarlamudi; Maksim Rakic-Dennis
Circuit Wizardry (Honorable Mention): Julia Rohde; Grace Gady; Sophie Roth
Hang Time (Honorable Mention): Andy Chen; Aadarsh Dittakavi; Abhay Dittakavi
iCompute (Honorable Mention): Andy Chen; Lorien Sieh
To Infinity and Beyond (Honorable Mention): Oren Dhamrat; Johan Jacob
Map Reading (3rd Place): Elyse Gentry
Circuit Wizardry (Honorable Mention): Vedulasre Manikandan
GENE-ius (Honorable Mention): Dilly Erickson; Elyse Gentry
Hang Time (Honorable Mention): Finn Spolans
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Honorable Mention): Ben Holtz; Shyla Smith
Tomorrow is the big day! Get a good night's sleep, eat a healthy breakfast, and we'll see you at the Olympiad!
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Saline Heritage Science Olympiad
We are interested in having students become more involved and interested in science and engineering through fun learning and competitive events. Children are naturally curious about the world around them and how it works, Science Olympiad has many areas that allow students to explore and learn in a fun competitive environment.