Receiving an Excellent rating were, front from left, Brandt Menke, Jarron Swick, Garrett Hark and Chase German; and receiving a Superior rating are center, Calvin Menke, Landon Calvelage, Autumn Calvelage, Morgan Siefker and Alexis Geise; and back, Ian Howbert, Evan Ellerbrock, Owne Calvelage and Braden Knippen. (Photo submitted)
Receiving an Excellent rating were, front from left, Brandt Menke, Jarron Swick, Garrett Hark and Chase German; and receiving a Superior rating are center, Calvin Menke, Landon Calvelage, Autumn Calvelage, Morgan Siefker and Alexis Geise; and back, Ian Howbert, Evan Ellerbrock, Owne Calvelage and Braden Knippen. (Photo submitted)

FORT JENNINGS — Fourteen junior high students at Fort Jennings High School recently competed in the Academy of Science District Science Fair usually held at Ohio Northern University.

Ten of the students received a Superior rating and will move on to the State Science Day in early May.

Judging will be virtual and results announced in June. 

Receiving an Excellent rating were Brandt Menke, Jarron Swick, Garrett Hark and Chase German.

Receiving a Superior rating were Calvin Menke, Landon Calvelage, Autumn Calvelage, Morgan Siefker, Alexis Geise Ian Howbert, Evan Ellerbrock, Owne Calvelage and Braden Knippen.

This year, more students qualified from Fort Jennings for State Science Day than ever before.

Science teachers are Heather Harmon and Jeff Jostpille.