SAINT JUDE PJAS HEADED TO PENN STATE COMPETITION-Twenty-six students from Saint Jude School recently participated in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science’s competition this past March. Although snow cancelled the annual competition at Wilkes University, the students presented their projects at the school and sent scores in to the university to receive their overall scores compared to other area students. Among the students receiving 1st Place scores who will advance to the state competition at Penn State University, four Saint Jude School students received perfect scores for the local round of competition: Delaney Curley, Hillary Hoda, Kyra Hayden and William Wolfgang. Saint Jude students who will advance to the State PJAS competition at Penn State University this Spring, front from left: Matthew Banford, Ethan Stoltz, Jordyn Chepolis, Kyra Hayden, Sophia Bere, Anthony Nicotera and Edward Patrick. Row two: William Wofgang, James Young, Christopher Papciak, Thomas Mayernik, Daryl Boich and Molly Jameson. Back: Caden Sparich, Michael Tomczyk, Delaney Curley, Kathryn McIngvale, Sydney Kozden and Gemma Alberti. Row 4: Joshua VanPelt, Veronica Gorka, Taylor Bayley, Hillary Hoda and Shreya Rupareliya. Katelyn Bozinko and Aubrey Jumper will also attend the competition.