School Notebook

Students experiment with science
KMC students recently participated in the Jr. Science and Humanities Symposium at Patrick Henry Village with their own oral and poster presentations. KMC winners include:
• Senior level poster, third place, “Electrolysis and hydrogen production,” Amanda Vane, Ramstein American High School.
• Junior level oral presentation, first place, “Accuracy of radiation as a thickness − measuring tool,” Michael Rynders, Landstuhl Middle School.
• Junior level oral presentation, second place, “Comparison of whitening products on coffee-stained teeth,” Brynnley Roth and Ashton Fair.
• Junior level poster presentation, “Rock, paper, scissors and probability,” Thomas Lynch and Nate Priddy, Ramstein American Middle School.

KAES needs a few good mentors
Kaiserslautern American Elementary School is in need of four mentors. The school runs a mentor program which requires one hour a week at lunch time. Contact