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On Saturday, March 11th, seven Patrick Henry students attended the District Science Fair at the University of Toledo. Holly Schmenk, Nathan Bostelman, Nicholas Bostelman, Maya Hartman and Hannah Meyer earned Superior ratings and qualified for the State Science Day in Columbus, OH. Hannah Kinder and David Baden earned high excellent ratings and shared in the cash prizes. The State Science Day will be held on May 13, 2017 at The Ohio State University. Nearly one thousand participants from all over Ohio will compete for over 200 prizes and scholarships.
State Qualifiers Photo (left to right)-Hannah Meyer, Holly Schmenk, Maya Hartman, Nathan Bostelman, Nicholas Bostelman
On March 4, 2017, eight students in grades 9 through 11 represented Patrick Henry School District at the Northwest Ohio Science and Engineering Fair at Northwest State Community College in Archbold. Over one hundred of the best high school and middle school Science Fair projects from seven counties in Northwest Ohio were on display. The top rating of “Superior” went to Nathan Bostelman (11), Nicholas Bostelman (10), David Baden (10), and Maya Hartman (10). Holly Schmenk (11), Hannah Kinder (11), Romulus Arps (10), and Hannah Meyer (9) received high “Excellent” ratings. Nicholas Bostelman, Nathan Bostelman, and David Baden were among the top twelve projects selected for super judging. David Baden was ranked by a panel of judges to be in the top four, earning a trip to the Intel International Science Fair. The top two high school finalists will compete among the top 1500 projects in the world at the ISEF in Los Angeles, CA, in May, 2017.
Maya Hartman, Hannah Kinder, David Baden, Nicholas Bostelman, Nathan Bostelman, Hannah Meyer, Romulus Arps (Holly Schmenk, not pictured)
The Patrick Henry Community Foundation is currently seeking nominations to honor past graduates of Deshler, Hamler, Malinta-Grelton, or Patrick Henry High School with a Distinguished Alumni Award. Our district has a rich and storied history of graduates who lead very successful lives and careers. The Foundation's objective is to recognize at least one outstanding alumnus per year. If you know an alumnus who would be worthy of this nomination please fill out a form which can be found on the PH website (below or on the Patrick Henry Community Foundation page) or at the Deshler/Hamler libraries and in each of the school offices. Please return nominations to the high school office by July 31, 2017.