Abigail Christman, left, a seventh-grader at Ray Middle School, will attend the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons program this summer. Maggie Wiegand, also a seventh-grader, will act as an alternate if her classmate is unable to attend the program.
Two Baldwinsville students have been selected to attend the Bristol-Myers Squibb Science Horizons program at Syracuse University this summer, and two students have been selected as alternates.
Seventh-grader Abigail Christman from Ray Middle School and eighth-grader Emily Froass from Durgee Junior High School will explore science in the weeklong program. Ray seventh-grader Maggie Wiegand and Durgee eighth-grader Rachel Wittman have been selected as alternates.
Students in the program will study ecology, geology, chemistry, physics, biology, medicine, engineering and technology with hands on experiences and field trips.