The Lyme Old Lyme High School Science Olympiad team took an impressive second place at the State of Connecticut competition held at the University of Connecticut on March 30.
In addition to taking the team trophy, the LOL Olympians earned individual medals in 14 events including Anatomy and Physiology, Designer Genes, Disease Detectives, Dynamic Planet, Forensics, Fossils, Geologic Mapping, Herpetology, Sounds of Music, Water Quality, Wright Stuff, and Write it – Do it.
Team members include: Audrey Berry **, Gary Bocian**, Emma Danes*, Nick Fava*, Kylie Hall**, Isabella Hine*, Regan Kaye**, Rachael Larson**, Joshua Liefeld, Brynn McGlinchey**, Ryan McTigue**, Emily O’Brien**, Samantha Olson **, Connie Pan**, Nic Roth**
* Indicates State of CT Competition Individual Medal Winner
* Indicates volunteer coach for LOLMS Science Olympiad Team
Science Olympiad involves mastery of test, lab, and building concepts in an array of 23 Stem events that change every year. This has been an impressive journey for the students, many of whom have been competing since 6th grade as part of the award winning LOL Middle School Science Olympiad team. Building on their skills, these avid Olympians worked tirelessly to start a team at the high school level – a team that has been in existence only three years. In a field of nearly 50 teams, they debuted in 30th place in 2017, 7th place in 2018 and a phenomenal 2nd place this year.
Thank you to our volunteer community and parent coaches who supported head Coaches Kylie Hall and Shannon Glorioso. With new events being added each year and growing interest and momentum, we are always in need of volunteers to work with these dedicated students.
Please contact Shannon Glorioso email@example.com if you would like to become involved.
Congratulations to the entire team for your amazing efforts and performance!
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