Grand Avenue Student Earns Second Place at NYS Science Congress

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Bellmore-Merrick’s Grand Avenue Middle School student Brandon Langone, a member of the Students Network of Cooperative Science achieved the ranks of high honors in the New York State Science Congress on June 4.  

His project "Which type of sensors would enable optimum performance for a robot on Martian-like terrain?" earned him second place and a $200 monetary award. Science teacher and mentor Tami Cruz assisted Langone on his research and presentation.