BP MARKOWITZ TO CONGRATULATE
NYC SCIENCE OLYMPIAD CHAMPIONS
TUESDAY, MARCH 20
BROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL ROTUNDA
209 JORALEMON STREET
On Tuesday, March 20, Borough President Marty Markowitz will join the brilliant students of the Brooklyn Amity School to celebrate their top honors in the prestigious Science Olympiad competition.
The Amity School team of 6th and 8th graders, led by science teacher Jett Topbas, competed in Queens on March 3 against some of the top schools in New York City, coming away victorious with 12 gold medals, 12 silver medals, and 4 bronze medals in 21 events ranging from anatomy to tower building. Borough President Markowitz will present each of the 30 team members with a certificate celebrating their achievements.
The Flatlands school will be one of only three schools representing New York City at the state level April 20 and 21 in New Paltz, where 43 schools will compete to reach the national level. The Science Olympiad is the most esteemed science and technology tournament in North America.