TDHS best in show at county science fair

At the Chesterfield County Public Schools science fair, Thomas Dale High School and Midlotian Middle School won school-wide best-in-show recognition, according to a press release from Chesterfield County Public Schools. Students from Manchester Middle School and Clover Hill High School won the middle and high school best-in-show awards.

Among the fair’s first-place winners were:

Behavioral and social science
Collin Davis, Thomas Dale High, “Texting While Driving — How Distracting is It?”

Biochemistry
Hannah Lee, Thomas Dale High, “The Effect of Temperature on the Amount of CO2 Produced During Yeast Fermentation.”

Chemistry
Kelsey Cunningham, Thomas Dale High, “The Effects of Cleaning Solvents on Permanent Marker.”

Earth and space science
Margaret Tuite, Thomas Dale High, “Does Creeping Red Fescue Slow Down Erosion?”

Engineering
Charles Burden, Thomas Dale High, “The Effects of Variant Blade Design on Turbine Efficiency.”

Group projects
Chandler Hadden and Tyler Thrasher, Matoaca High, “The Effect of Oxygen on Vitamin C Content in an Orange.”

Medicine and health
Kaleigh Wood, Thomas Dale High, “The Effects of Music on Pulse Rate.”

Physics
Randall White, Matoaca High, “The Effect of Temperature on Resistance of Metals and Liquids.”

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