Six students will represent St. John the Evangelist School in the county Science and Technology Fair, which will take place March 23 at Anne Arundel Community College.
The students and their projects are: Kimberly Hartka, eighth grade, "Which container retains a hamburger's heat the longest?"; Rebecca Kratz, eighth grade, "Which concentration of acid rain affects fescue grass?"; Chad Langville, eighth grade, "Which (airplane) wing tip shape has the maximum efficiency?"; Kathleen McMurray, seventh grade, "How does music affect a gerbil's heartbeat?"; B. J. Remencus, seventh grade, "Which soap reduces bacterial growth the best?"; and Anthony Zaccola, eighth grade, "Which pH should homeowners strive for to obtain optimum growth of grass seed?"
These students were chosen as winners from 32 junior high students who participated in the 11th Junior Researchers' Seminar Feb. 22 atthe school.