Posts tagged ‘Erin Moore’

May 29, 2013

GWHS celebrates young playwrights

By Ms. Randee Hurvitz

David O’Connor, Philadelphia Young Playwrights’ Resident Director, will be conducting a Mini-Festival today for the following students’ plays:

Shirley Dong
Sophie Lis
Erin Moore
Shilpa Roy
Malika Shukurova

Congratulations to these young playwrights!

March 19, 2013

GWHS students win more Science Fair awards

By Debra Liberman, Science Fair Advisor

Please congratulate the following students who were Science Fair Award Winners at the recent city wide Science Fair held at Carver:
Erin Moore,  Biochemistry, Third Place

Aaron Goldberg,  Math, Second Place  AND winner of the Temple University Scholar Award worth $12,000

Joel Goldberg,  Medicine and Health,  Honorable Mention  AND winner of the Biophysics Award  $100

Malika Sukorova,  Medicine and Health, First Place

Natasha Iotov, Zoology, Second Place

Sophie Liss, Behavioral Science,  First Place

March 3, 2013

GWHS students win Science Fair awards

By Debra Liberman, Science Fairs Advisor

Pennsylvania Junior Academy Science Fair took place recently at Bensalem High School.  Our students were very well prepared with awesome research!  Congratulations to all for a job well done!  Now they will prepare for the Carver Fair! 

The following students received awards;

Erin Moore:  Second Award   Biochemistry
Malika Shukurova:  Second Award   Biochemistry
Sophie Liss:  First Award    Behaviorial Science
Joel Goldberg:  First Award  Biology
Aaron Goldberg:  Second Award Math
Natasha Iotov:  First Award  Zoology

January 25, 2013

3 Sophomores honored as Mayor’s VIPs

Congratulations to sophomores Erin Moore, Alexandra Sharashidze and Daniel Poberezhnyuk who were selected as Mayor’s VIPs for the 2nd quarter.

These students, along with two guests each, will be honored as most improved sophomores along with others from the city at the Mayor’s Ceremony to be held this Friday, January 25th, at Gershman Hall, Elaine C. Levitt Auditorium on the campus of The University of the Arts, 401 South Broad Street.