Elmont Memorial Students Recognized in Long Island Science Congress
Elmont Memorial High School students have been recognized for their outstanding research presented at the Junior Division of the virtual Long Island Science Congress.
Adrian Pereira-Jackson received High Honors; Aafia Ahmed, Oluwatamilore Akano, and Emaan Tehseen received Honors as a team; Gianna Marsh received Honors; Umar Ahmed and Syed Hassan received Honors as a team; and Sean Mohanlall, Drew Peters and Danielle Sattaur received Honors as a team.
Conducted under the supervision of teachers Michelle Flannory and Kathryn Farley, this research was completed in a fully remote manner and demonstrated a commitment to perseverance and tenacity. The students completed scientific research, and then prepared an abstract and five-minute video for judges to review. The competition, which is sponsored by the Long Island Sections of the Science Teachers Association of New York State, was open to students in both Nassau and Suffolk county schools.