Northeast Breaks Record
Sam Burley Hall of Fame Invitational: A Weekend For The Record Books
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Track & Field
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Northeast Shines at County Science Fair
Congratulations to Payton Karr for winning 1st place at the 2014 Broward County Science Fair. Her project was on "The Effect of Phytoestrogens on the Heart Rate of Artemia salina (brine Shrimp). She also presented it at UF's Junior Science & Engineering Symposium. She then entered her poster and paper in the ISEF-affiliated Broward County Regional Science Fair Febraury 7th. She was in the category of Environmental Sciences. She will attend the Florida STate Science & Engineering Fair in Lakeland, FL.
We would also like to congratulate all the other students who participated in the County Science Fair and also placed from 2nd through 4th:
2nd - Laura Casals
3rd - Whitney Graham
3rd - Janny Raymond
4th - Kartly Garrison
4th - Cassandra Santos
4th - Natalie Cowell
Northeast and Our Community
Northeast High was honored to have representation at the 2014 City of Oakland Park Partnership Breakfast.
From left to Right:
Commissioner Jedidiah “Jed” Shank, Peter Lange (11th grader), Hailey Price (11th grader), Vice Mayor Shari McCartney, Regina Wesby (11th grader), Commissioner Tim Lonergan, John Stunson (City Manager) and Commissioner Sara Guevrekian
Kids of Character
The Sun Sentinel has created profiles on students who best exemplify the Broward County School District's eight character education traits: cooperation, responsibility, citizenship, kindness, respect, honesty, self-control and tolerance - and patriotism as part of all eight. Northeast High is fortunate to have two of our students selected for the trait of responsibility. Please join us in congratulating Deanna Jean Perez and Katerin Johana Escobar for being our 'Kids of Character'.
Students Represent Northeast in Gainesville
Congratulations to Mrs. Randa Flinn and the members of the Junior Academy of Science who presented their research (and made Northeast proud) at this year's UF Junior Science and Engineering Symposium.
From left to right:
Nicole Newton (10th grade - "The Effect of Varying Concentrations of Peppermint Oils on Repellant Flies"), Payton Kaar (12th grade - "The Comparative Effects of Phytoestrogen Concentrations on Brine Shrimp") and Karly Garrison (9th grade - "The Effects of Insects In Three Different Garden Types")