- Posted by linkdmedia
- On February 9, 2017
Congratulation to Savannah Benz, Grace Pizzinat, Emily Imperato, and Megan Hullander for their incredible finishes at the the County Science Fair!
Best in Division: Savannah Benz (Purifying Water Using the Thermoelectric Effect)
Silver Medal: Grace Pizzinat (Shells in Acid: Ocean Acidification Impacts on Shellfish)
Gold Medal: Savannah Benz (Purifying Water Using the Thermoelectric Effect)
Gold Medal:Emily Imperato , Megan Hullander (Beach Changes During a Period of Low Waves and High Tides)
Gold Medal: Jarrison Ball , Matthew Harris (Effect of Frost on a Wing)
Bronze Medal: Ella Jensen (Thrush and Oregano Correlation)
Silver Medal: Jesse Feinstein (Vitamin C Repair UV Light Induced Mutations in Cells)
Best high school project with recommendations for improving the environment
Purifying Water Using the Thermoelectric Effect Savannah Benz
Best High School Project in Marine Sciences
Beach Changes During a Period of Low Waves and High Tides Emily Imperato , Megan Hullander
Amazing Chemistry teacher Kim Tilton said, “This year we had more winners than ever before, and there was more competition than there has ever been! (32 projects compared to 12 the year before. SMHS sent 10, SBHS 10, PVHS 9, RHS 3) If you see any of these students, give em’ a high 5! It has been really inspiring to work with such hard-working, creative and bright students. (For those moments when you need renewed faith for the future of humanity 🙂 All Honors Chemistry students complete science projects to better understand the scientific process and they present their projects to staff and peers.”
Savannah Benz, Matthew Harris, Jarrison Ball, Emily Imperato, Megan Hullander, & Grace Pizzinat have all qualified for the CA state science fair in LA!!!