ST. JUDE’S STUDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN PJAS-On March 5th, twenty-two students from St. Jude School will compete at the regional Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science competition held at Wilkes University. The Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) is a statewide organization of junior and senior high school students designed to stimulate and promote interest in science among its members through the development of research projects and investigations. Students will present experimental findings in the following scientific areas: Behavioral Science, Botany, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, and Physics. Those students earning First Place Awards will qualify to represent St. Jude’s at the state competition at Penn State University in May. Shown seated from left in the school’s science lab: Rachel Black, Julianna Powis, Caitlyn McIngvale, Mary Grace Eckert, Sarah Stettler, Aaliyeh Sayed, Anna Capaci, Dominic Alberti, Raymond Sabatini, Anthony Strish, Ryan Williams, and Alex Rymar. Standing: Tea Amerise, Molly Dugan, Emily Mahler, Lauren Patrick, Ashleigh Button, Aubrey Ayre, Reilly Smullen, Colin Wills, Dalton Preston, and Jimmy Lavan.