Mother Seton Biology Students Come Out On Top

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CLARK — In the second round of district competition in the New Jersey Science League, the Biology I team representing Mother Seton Regional High School, Clark, took first place honors again. Mother Seton’s team competed against Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, Cranford High School and Jonathan Dayton High School in Springfield.

Noni Tinglin-Jarrett of Irvington, Sophie Beier of Cranford, Julie Dunn of Edison and Lizelle Policarpio of South Plainfield represented Mother Seton in this round. The team is coached by Doris Vaiana, a member of Mother Seton’s science department.

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Mother Seton Regional High School’s Biology I team members (sitting left to right) Sophie Beier, Noni Tinglin-Jarrett, (standing left to right) Julie Dunn and Lizelle Policarpio, and coach Doris Vaiana (Photo by: Joan Barron / Mother Seton RHS)


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