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 Phyllis.Dreger@eu.dodea.edu.