Four students at Scottish Corners Elementary School won a name game for falcons that were banded for tracking last week.

Four students at Scottish Corners Elementary School won a name game for falcons that were banded for tracking last week.

Names submitted by third-grader Yuri Tamama, fourth-grader Taylor Guthrie and fifth-graders Minjae Kan and Luke Rucker were chosen for four falcons that were banded last week at Rhodes State Office Tower. The students were invited to view the banding with a parent or guardian.

The names chosen were Aerial, submitted by Tamama; Apollo, suggested by Kan; Eclipse, which was suggested by Guthrie; and Jet, which Rucker submitted.

Facing more than 1,100 other students in grades seven through 12 from across the state, five Dublin students took honors at the 61st annual State Science Day on May 9 at Ohio State University.

Coffman High School freshman Saaket Pradhan earned a superior rating and the governor's award of excellence in agriculture and food science for the project "Spice it up: For taste and for safety."

Davis Middle School seventh- and eighth-graders Cynthia and Rathisha Pathmathasan received an excellent rating on their project, "Containing the Curdles."

Scioto High School freshman Bhavani Rajah earned a superior rating, along with the second place future physician-scientist award and the Gormley Publishing book award, for her project "Got milk? Testing the efficiency of lactase supplements."

Rajah also received $250 and a plaque with her awards.

Davis Middle School seventh-grader ArjunVenkataraman earned $150 for his first-place award from the Ohio Environmental Health Association for his project, "CO2 reduction from automobile emission: Which method works? Behavioral changes of drivers or fitting a device to capture the emission."