Congratulations to all of the scientists, researchers, mathematicians, writers, and presenters for their hard work with science fair projects. The top 6 projects in both 5th and 6th grade are moving on to HISEF (Hamilton Invitational Science Engineering Fair) on February 22. We encourage everyone to attend this event.
Several projects will move on to compete at State level (AZSEF).
Here are the winners in no particular order.
Hot Spot by Abbie Jin, Yushin Son, and Tamuyen Truong (1st place Physical Sciences)
Disasteroid by Uriel Choi and Ethan Merritt (1st place Earth and Space Sciences)
Meltdown by Miguel Alvarez, Jacob Conklin, and Dillen Ngo (1st place Mathematics)
Water Wizards by Juhi Khandelwal and Jasmeen Sidhu (1st place Environmental Sciences)
Physical Science is pHun by Mackenzie Bradebeer and Sacchi Poddar (1st place Chemical Sciences)
Frosty Angles by Kiyra Tibke and Amanda Wong
Antimicrobial Properties of Tumeric by Sachit Swaminathan (1st place Earth and Space Sciences)
Pollution Exclusion by Ryan Cvijanovich, Burke Peterson, and Xavier Valdez
Tsunami Survival by Brynn Creek and Kennedy Jones (1st place Engineering)
New FANgled by Patrick Stapleton
Wheels: How Do They Effect Cars? by Xing Ye Mao
Done in the Sun! Solar Cooking by Alexandra Wilhelm (1st place Environmental Sciences)