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Students awarded at regional science fair

Students awarded at regional science fair

Eight students in the Sumner-Bonney Lake School District were awarded for their impressive scientific projects at the virtual Discovery Regional Science and Engineering Fair in March. The fair is managed in partnership with Pacific Lutheran University and nonprofit South Sound STEM Fair Alliance. K-12 students from across Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Kitsap, Lewis, Mason, Pierce and Thurston counties are invited to participate.

Congratulations to these SBLSD students:

  • Ashwath Polali, 8th Grader, Mountain View Middle School

    • Project: Investigate the Effectiveness of AI/ML for Waste Management and Sustainable Living

    • Recognition: Grade 8 First Place, Discovery and EPA Friends of the Earth Specialty Award, Nomination to Thermo Fisher Junior Innovators Challenge (Society for Science)

  • Chaitra Hasini Appani, 6th Grader, Mountain View Middle School

    • Project: Hydraulic Powered Lift Machine

    • Recognition: Grade 6 First Place, The Pruett Family Science Award

  • Jyothsna Sree Rao Lakavath, 6th Grader, Mountain View Middle School

    • Project: Converting Impure Water into Pure Water Using Natural Methods

    • Recognition: Grade 6 Third Place, Discovery and EPA Friends of the Earth Specialty Award

Students in hallway
  • Mia Schall, 1st Grader, Bonney Lake Elementary

    • Project: Silly Siphons

    • Recognition: Grade 1 Second Place, Discovery and EPA Friends of the Earth Specialty Award

  • Aishwarya Polali, 2nd Grader, Donald Eismann Elementary

    • Project: Sound Waves

    • Recognition: Grade 2 First Place

Student stands in front of presentation
  • Arielle Hergesheimer, 4th Grader, Donald Eismann Elementary

    • Project: Aquaponics: Growing Food with My Fish Tank Water

    • Recognition: Grade 4 First Place, Discovery and EPA Friends of the Earth Specialty Award

Student sitting in front of plant science project
  • Rowan Stephens-Smith, 3rd Grader, Emerald Hills Elementary

    • Project: Pollution Effects on Daphnia Magna

    • Recognition: Grade 3 First Place, Discovery and EPA Friends of the Earth Specialty Award, Outstanding Data Award

  • Ethan McVicker, 5th Grader, Emerald Hills Elementary

    • Project: Ooze and Aahs: A Slime Mold Experiment

    • Recognition: Grade 5 First Place

Student stands in front of presentation on computer

 

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