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Tarleton Physics Program

The camp will have 32 spots funded by the Texas Workforce Commission. Dr. Marble will be using funds from a previous grant from the Sid Richardson Foundation to provide additional funding for recreational and additional enrichment activities.

As of Monday June 12, all 32 camp scholarships have been awarded and three additional potential campers have been identified as alternates. If any of the 32 scholarship campers decide to drop out then their scholarship will be awarded to the top available alternate.

Thirty Two Scholarship Campers:

1. Christopher Agorastos - Galveston Ball

2. Mohammed Amassyali - Harmony (Euless)

3. Christopher Bradley - Strake Jesuit (Bellaire)

4. Allison DeWeese - Alvin

5. Madison Duhe - Alvin

6. Nina Dwumfour-Poku - North Mesquite

7. Mina Dwumfour-Poku - North Mesquite (Not yet confirmed) 

8. Taylor Ervin - North Mesquite

9. Trevor Erwin - John Jay (San Antonio)

10. Hebah Goderya - Aledo

11. Chesteray Henderson - North Mesquite

12. Lauren Henderson - Communications Arts HS (San Antonio)

13. Hannah Isom - Jonesboro

14. Sean Kovar - North Mesquite

15. Ethen Melder - John Jay (San Antonio)

16. Jake Nelson - Alvin

17. Laura Ogletree - Glen Rose

18. Ishi Tripathi - Allen

19. Shaikh Ullahansari - Harmony (Euless)

20. Halee Vaughn - Granbury

21. Miguel Vazquez - Covington

22. Hans Wang - Pearland Dawson

23. Luke Weston - John Jay (San Antonio)

24. Ethan Young - Burleson

25. Robert Mooney - Paris

26. Alex Clement - Paris

27. Michael Casas - John Jay (San Antonio)

28. Christina Jackson - Alvin 

29. Javier Saenz - Carter Riverside (Ft. Worth) 

30. Leena Yassin - Uplift North Hills Preparatory (Irving) 

31. Nicholas Zhang - Pearland Dawson 

32. Sammy Mousa - Pearland Dawson 

Top Two Alternates:

1. Diego Rossa - Lake Worth (Ft. Worth)

2. Stacy Rosas - Lake Worth (Ft. Worth)