Congratulations to Allison Van. She is a member of the The Downingtown Robotics Team 7244, Out of the Box that has advanced to the World Championship to be held later this month in Michigan following impressive victories in international competition.
Using our website and social media outlets has been a very effective means to share information with parents and the public. For that reason, we have established this Recognition Webpage. Here, we will house and archive quarterly Honor Roll and Exemplary Hawks names and recognition. This webpage will also be used to communicate individual student and team accomplishments, such as exemplary performance in academic competitions like the geography bee, spelling bee, etc. We will also post overall school recognition and staff recognition information here as well. It's a work in progress right now but we thought we'd offer everyone a sneak peek
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The following students represented Patton MS in the recent Delaware Valley Science Research Competition: Arnab Sircar, Chirag Choudhary, Saanvi Garg, Marissa Lux and Sree Yedida.
Sree Yedida came away with a Broadcom Masters award, a WEST Pharmaceutical Middle School Award and a 1st place in Biochemistry award.
Marissa Lux came away with a Broadcom Masters award, a 2nd place award from the American Society of Civil Engineers, Middle School level and a 3rd place Earth & Space Sciences award.
Saanvi Garg came away with a 3rd place award from Janssen Biotech, a 1st place from Merck Science Achievement award, middle school level and an Honorable Mention award in Medicine & Health.
Chirag Choudhary received an honorable mention award from Merck Scientific Achievement and a Parenteral Drug Association award.
These awards and prizes included cash prizes of well over $500 along with opportunities to move on to the Broadcom Masters competition.
Congratulations to Arnab Sircar for placing first at the State Geography Bee in Harrisburg on April 6! Arnab will now head to Washington D.C. to participate in the National Geography Bee. We are #PattonProud of Arnab!
Congratulations to the following students who participated in the Chester County Computer Fair on Friday, April 6, 2018. Animation: The group of Allison Van, Ryan Zhuge and Grace Zou. Digital Movie: Aria Zutshi. Web Page Design: Eric Chou and Arnab Sircar. Programming: Xander Wunsch. The team of Allison, Ryan and Grace took 3rd place in the category of Animation. Eric took 2nd place in Web page design and Xander took 2nd place in Programming. A big congratulations goes out to Aria Zutshi who took 1st place in the category of Animation and will be competing at the state level fair in May 2018.
Congratulations go out to the following students who won awards at the Chester County Science Research competition:
Sree Yedida - 1st place in Biochemistry
Marissa Lux - 1st place Earth & Space Science and The Richard & Patty Smith Special Future Scientist Award
Arnab Sircar - 1st place in Mathematics
Saanvi Garg - 1st place in Medicine & Health
Ria Saxena - 3rd place in Medicine & Health
Chirag Choudhary - 2nd place in Microbiology
Kristen Tolbert - 3rd place in Microbiology
The following students will continue on and participate in the DelVal Science Research Competition in April: SreeYedida, Marissa Lux, Arnab Sircar, Saanvi Garg and Chirag Choudary.
Congratulations go out to our 2nd place winners in the STEM Competition, Josh Vallabhaneni, Akash Patel, Aryan Abbaruja and Eric Steuber! #PattonProud!
Patton had a GREAT day at the Grade 6 Chester County MathCounts competition on Saturday. Chi Xu won 1st place!! The team of Chi Xu, Sree Yedida, Lilly Zhang, and Emily Wu placed 3rd and the team of Calista Photopoulos, Chloe Photopoulos, Michael Ta, and Mihir Sehgal finished 6th!! A great day was had by all! We are #PattonProud of our students and team advisor (and former Patton Hawk!) Kendall Yarosh!
After 19 rounds and several hours of spelling by some very talented students, here are the results of the Patton School Spelling Bee: In 3rd place,6th grader Arjun Suryawanshi; in 2nd place, 8th grader Nandhini Parthasarathy and in1st place and school champion, 7th grader Elias Bomberger. Elias will now advance to the County Level of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, which will be held on February 9th at the Chester County Intermediate Unit. Good luck, Elias and congratulations to all of the 46 students who participated at the school level!
Patton student, Sophie Griswold, is Chester County's 6th grade winner of the Daughter of the American Revolution's Essay Contest. The theme of the contest was World War I: Remembering the War to End All Wars. Sophie will be recognized in an awards ceremony sponsored by the DAR. Congratulations, Sophie. We are Patton Proud!
Congratulations to 8th grade students Chirag Choudhary, Ibraheem Qureshi, Arnab Sircar, Brandon Tsai and Robert Wang for placing first out of 16 teams in the National Academic Quiz Tournament. The contest was held at Great Valley High School on December 9th. Winning the tournament enables the team to advance to the national level of the contest, which will be held in May in Chicago, Illinois. We are #PattonProud!
Congratulations to all the participants of the School National Geographic Bee. After many rounds of questions, the results of the bee are as follows: There was a three way tie for 3rd place with 8th graders Ibraheem Qureshi Robert Wang and 6th grade student Kushal Garg,. Second place winner was 6th grader Jacob Cassidy, and for the 3rd year in a row, the middle school Geography Bee champion is 8th grader Arnab Sircar. Arnab will now take another competition to advance to the state level. Gandreat job to all.
Congratulations to Patton's Mathletes who competed in the Chester County Mathcounts competition on Saturday. In a field of 25 teams, our team of Elias Bomberger, Suhan Neema, Arnab Sircar, and Robert Wang came away finishing in 5th place. Our team of Meera Seghal, Saanvi Garg, Medha Patel, Clifford Han, Ibraheem Qureshi, and Chirag Choudhary also did a great job! A special shout out to 7th grader Elias Bomberger, who out of 202 competitors finished the day moving from 7th place to 2nd place of the competition during the countdown round, where he answered numerous math problems correctly, making him eligible to advance to the state level of Mathcounts!