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Spokesman shares some science about slithering snakes

Spokesman shares some science about slithering snakes

By Gabby Pieklo, RT social media editor

November 4, 2019

Snakes are thought by some people to be slithery and slimy, but a recent guest speaker at Middletown High School want people to know there’s a lot more to them than that.   Dr. Colin Strine, lecturer of ecology, spoke to MHS biology classes on Monday, Oct. 14, about his studies and reconciliati...

Reaction: First photograph of a black hole

Reaction: First photograph of a black hole

By Jacob Daniels, Round Table Reporter

April 29, 2019

MHS students and staff react to the first photograph of a black hole, located in the M87 galaxy.

Scott Bean retires after long MHS career

Scott Bean retires after long MHS career

By Reid Fedors, Round Table reporter

January 25, 2019

Scott Bean is a Middletown High School science teacher that is retiring on January 25th, 2019. Many people knew him, but here is a more in depth look on the person Scott Bean is.  

Junior Hayden O’Connor wins award for essay

Junior Hayden O’Connor wins award for essay

By Eva Tooley, Round Table Executive Editor

October 20, 2014

Middletown High School junior Hayden O’Connor was presented with an award on Oct. 14 for writing an essay for a contest run by the science education program InnovatioNation from Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. O’Connor’s essay was about how the education provided in school won’t carry students...

LifeTechnologies visits Middletown

LifeTechnologies visits Middletown

October 26, 2012

LifeTechnologies visits Ms. Steger's class on Oct. 26. The students learned about stem cell research through real life expericence, they will be taking a field trip to LifeTechnologies in two weeks. -Photo by Samantha Carter.

$2 million prize announced for cure for blindness by 2020

October 25, 2012

By Yvonne Wenger and Scott Dance The Baltimore Sun (MCT) BALTIMORE _ Singer Art Garfunkel, a real estate magnate and an investor are putting $2 million in gold bullion on the line to inspire researchers to cure blindness by 2020, establishing through Johns Hopkins Medicine one of the world's largest ...

French, U.S. scientists share 2012 Nobel Physics Prize

October 10, 2012

By Lennart Simonsson (MCT) STOCKHOLM _ Scientists Serge Haroche of France and David Wineland of the United States on Tuesday shared the 2012 Nobel Physics Prize for "groundbreaking" research on the interaction between light and matter in the field of quantum optics. The Royal Swedish Academy of...

Trout season comes early for biology classes

January 11, 2012

By Rebecca Holcomb Round Table news editor Trout season is coming early to Sharon Steger’s biology classes.  Steger’s students are participating in a program called Trout in the Classroom, in which students get to raise trout from egg to fingerling. Many Middletown High School students, inc...

MHS adventures to Fox Island

April 13, 2011

By Brittany Titus Round Table editor Fox Island is a place where one can go crabbing, marsh mucking, and playing in the mud. It’s a place to teach students about the environment and how to conserve on many resources. On March 31, Middletown High School students went on a journey to Fox Island. S...

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