Copiague Students Medal in Math Competition

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Although the in-person Long Island Math Fair scheduled for last month was cancelled, Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School and Copiague Middle School students still submitted their projects for the competition. The district tied with Commack School District for the most medals in Suffolk County.

From Walter G. O’Connell Copiague High School, 15 students submissions received medals. Congratulations to the following students on their placement in the fair:

Joanah Breskin – Bronze Medal
Jakob Dobrowolski-Kosior – Bronze Medal
Joseph Falco, Jr. – Gold Medal
Jaden Antonio Gomez – Bronze Medal
Jack Raymond Langan – Silver Medal
Krytal Maharaj – Bronze Medal
Marcel Mazurek – Gold Medal
Anthony Muse Meneses – Bronze Medal
Malachi Moore – Gold Medal
Edison Peguero Rosario – Gold Medal
Antanina Nicole Petroglia – Bronze Medal
Devani Rhoden – Bronze Medal
Mina Sue Senturk – Gold Medal
Deep Shah – Gold Medal
Dominique Tetlak – Bronze Medal

From Copiague Middle School, 10 of the 12 student submissions received medals. Congratulations to the following students on their placement in the fair:

Eighth Grade:

Nina Bartoli – The Fibonacci Number System – Bronze Medal

Shenn Barredo – Kirchhoff’s Circuit Laws – Gold Medal

Mercedes Novell-Gillard – The Fibonacci Number Sequence – Silver Medal

Giselle Peralta – Euler’s Polyhedral Formula – Gold Medal

Rosangel Peralta Plasencia – Trachtenberg Speed System – Bronze Medal

Kemmora Simmons – Permutations and Combinations – Silver Medal

Jonathan Singh – The Brachistochrone Curve – Gold Medal

Theresa Soraire – Ciphers – Silver Medal


Seventh Grade:

Maya Tyszko – The Pythagorean Theorem – Bronze Medal

Ethan Zheng – Pascal’s Triangle – Bronze Medal