2013-03-21 / Top News

Strasburg students move to State Science Fair


Students advancing to the State Science Fair in Grand Forks are, front row, left to right, Logan Kramer, Shantel Lang, Katie Baumgartner, Megan Reis, Michelle Keller and Sarah Eberle; back row, Andrew Hulm, Matthew Schaefbauer, Holly Krumm, Kellie Tougas, Courtney Bubach and Taylor Krumm. Not pictured is Adam Hulm. Students advancing to the State Science Fair in Grand Forks are, front row, left to right, Logan Kramer, Shantel Lang, Katie Baumgartner, Megan Reis, Michelle Keller and Sarah Eberle; back row, Andrew Hulm, Matthew Schaefbauer, Holly Krumm, Kellie Tougas, Courtney Bubach and Taylor Krumm. Not pictured is Adam Hulm. Several science students from the Strasburg School will be advancing to the State Science Fair at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks on April 3-5.

The North Central and Southwest Central Regional Science and Engineering Fair was held at the Mandan High School on Wed., March 13.

Receiving their blue ribbons and advancing to the State Science Fair from the Senior High Division are Logan Kramer, Michelle Keller, Holly Krumm, Matthew Schaefbauer, Kellie Tougas, Courtney Bubach and Shantel Lang. From the Junior High Division are Sarah Eberle and Adam Hulm.

Receiving their red ribbons and serving as alternates to the State Science Fair are 1st alternate Katie Baumgartner, 2nd alternate Taylor Krumm, 3rd alternate Andrew Hulm and 4th alternate Megan Reis. Special awards received included: Intel Excellence in Computer Science, Matthew


Arlyn Van Beek narrates the performance. Arlyn Van Beek narrates the performance. Schaefbauer; MuAlpha Theta, Holly Krumm; U.S. Army, Holly Krumm; U.S. Navy/Marine Corps, Adam Hulm; Broadcom Masters Program, Sarah Eberle and Adam Hulm; N.D. Rural Water Systems, Shantel Lang andAdam Schaefbauer; American Chemical Society Red River Valley, Adam Hulm; ASM Materials Education Foundation, Brady Tougas; Stockholm Junior Water Prize, Adam Hulm, and U.S. Air Force, Matthew Schaefbauer and Kellie Tougas.

A plaque was presented in each of the science fair categories. Those receiving plaques were Katie Baumgartner in Biochemistry, Matthew Schaefbauer in Computer Science, Holly Krumm in Mathematical Science, Adam Schaefbauer in Physics and Astronomy, Adam Hulm in Chemistry, Brady Tougas in Engineering Materials and Sarah Eberle in Microbiology.


Christine Nieuwsma is the choir’s accompanist. Christine Nieuwsma is the choir’s accompanist. Mr. Bill Malaski is the Strasburg Science Teacher.

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