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SJUSD Science Fair and Riverside County Science Fair Results

 

San Jacinto Unified School District's 2017 Science Fair was a huge success, with 110 student participants from each elementary, middle, and our comprehensive high schools.  The following district winners went on to compete at the Riverside County competition on March 28, 2017, at the Riverside Convention Center.  Faith McNeely, Sophomore from San Jacinto High School, placed in the Gold Medal category and will go on to compete at the CA State ISEF (Intel International Science and Engineering Fair) on April 24 – 25, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA.

 

Please click on the link for a video highlighting our SJUSD Science Fair- https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_0uCF67IK0MeXJta2wyUHV6RjA

 

School Site

Student Name

Project Name

County Results

Hyatt

Jonathon Vasquez

The Belt Pouch

Participation Certificate

Megan Cope

Alen Gonzlaez

Metal Air Battery

Participation Certificate

Park Hill

Thea Adriatico

Which Leaf Has the Most Different Pigment Using Paper Chromatography?

Silver Medal

Megan Cope

Drako Barreras

Clean and Green

Bronze Medal

SJLA

Karla Garcia

Wifi Down

Bronze Medal

SJLA

Eric Ramirez

Building a Tool for Identifying DNA

Bronze Medal

SJLA

Saniya McWright

Energy Test

Silver Medal

SJLA

Ellie Morgan

Relationship Between Self-Injurious Behavior and Communication Deficits in Patients with 1P36 Deletion Syndrome

Bronze Medal

SJHS

Jill Scott

Fun With Succulents

Silver Medal,

ISEF Regional Affiliate Award from Yale Science and Engineering

SJHS

Faith McNeely

Are Fish Safe to Eat?

Gold Medal, advancing to CA State ISEF on April 24, 2017

SJUSD's 2017 History Day

"Taking A Stand in History"

SJUSD's 2017 National History Day competition was a major success with students participating from San Jacinto High School and San Jacinto Leadership Academy.  There are a total of 50 students who will move on to the Riverside County National History Day competition in March 2017.  We are grateful that community members and district divisions participated by displaying exhibits related to the theme on our competition night.  Col. (Retired) Ken Fur, USAF from March Air Museum displayed artifacts from the Vietnam Era, and our district counselors, Vanessa Gomez-Lee and Dena Drouault provided the display “Taking A Stand Against Bullying.”  Thank you to our students, parents, and teachers who helped make this event possible.

 

Senior Level (High School Students)

Individual Historical Papers

Winner

Cynthia Platt

The Riot for Rights: Stonewall Faces Oppression and Prevails

Winner

Rodrigo Villa

Strike for Your Rights: Cesar Chavez and the Fight for Worker’s Rights

Winner

Julyssa Acosta

Deitrich Bonhoeffer - An Unforgettable Activist

Honorable Mention

Cara Fernandez

Van Gogh’s Stand Against Self Doubt and Depression

Individual Exhibits

Winner

Alyssa Jo Edwards

Betty Friedan

Winner

Marley Begorre

Peace Vs. War

Winner

Nancy Romo

The Dada Movement

Honorable Mention

Ji-rey Horton

Abraham Lincoln’s Fight Against Slavery

Group Exhibits

Winner

Rachel Farnum

Osmara Garcia

Fatima Santoya

Irene Sendler: Planting Futures One Child At a Time

Winner

Glen Lopez

Erika Cortez

Feminist Movement

Winner

Destiny Aranda

Jullane Haban

Victorious Comenh

Hidden Heroes of the Holocaust

Honorable Mention

Natalie Parman

Magnolia Worthington

White Rose Movement

Individual Documentaries

Winner

Cristina Williams

The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Winner

Nadia Talamantez

Leonidas’ Last Stand in the Battle of Thermopylae

Winner

Aisah Bansuan

Frederick Douglass

Honorable Mention

Carolina Villegas

1968 East LA Walkouts: A Moment in Taking a Stand in History

Group Documentaries

Winner

Oscar Rubalcava

Neida Espinoza

Winston Churchill: The Island Defender

Winner

Faith McNeilly

Alyssa Cardenas

Taking A Stand in World War II

Winner

Emily Damian Meza

Patricia Tapia

Ryan Reeves

Erin Gruwell Takes a Stand

Individual Websites

Winner

Esmeralda Rizo

Women

Winner

Selena Cathers

MADD / Candy Lightner

Winner

Angie Rosales

Mahatma Gandhi

Honorable Mention

Tiffany Morris

Abstract Expressionist Movement: Jackson Pollack

Group Website

Winner

Abraham De Luna

Natalia Zamora

The Farm Worker’s Civil Rights Movement: Chavez and Huerta Take a Stand for Human Rights

Winner

Susana Cisneros

Jennifer Nunez

A Voice of Civil Rights: Malcolm X

Winner

Brianna Iniguez

John Chavez

Michael Jackson

Honorable Mention

Brisa Sanchez

Lynette Blancas

Marjorie Briones

Women’s Civil Rights Movement

Individual Performance

Winner

Melissa Figueroa

The French Revolution

Junior Level (Middle School Students)

Historical Paper

Winner

Yamile Peel

Jackie Robinson

Winner

Regine Valdez

Esther Peterson

Individual Exhibits

Winner

Georgia Jacomet

Billy Jean King

Group Exhibits

Winner

Evelyn Moua

Madison Moua

Wat’s Rebellion

Winner

Joshua Taylor

Vianka Ponce

William Wilberforce

Individual Documentaries

Winner

Eleanor Morgan

The Rescue of the Lipizzans

Individual Website

Winner

Solomia Pirch

MADD / Candy Lightner

Winner

Nate Peng

FDR

Group Website

Winner

Justin Grino

Alexander Langston

Daniel Aguilar

MADD / Candy Lightner

 

 

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