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CCSD students excel at Regional Science and Engineering Fair

​Cherry Creek School District students presented some outstanding projects at the 2014 Regional Denver Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair, held March 5 at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.

More than 600 students in sixth to 12th grade from schools across the metro area participated in categories ranging from cellular and molecular biology to mathematics and computer science. Nearly 200 professional members of the scientific and business community served as judges.

Apurva Subramanian from Cherry Creek High School won Best in Show and Alison Weinberger from Cherry Creek High School won 2nd Place, Best in Show in the Senior Division. Anjalie Kini from Challenge School won 2nd Place, Best in Show in the Junior Division.

Many CCSD students brought home category or special awards and earned the right to go on to the Colorado Science and Engineering Fair in April.

Congratulations to these student scientists and engineers:

From Campus Middle School:
Junior Environmental Sciences - Second - Kylie Hunter
US Army Award - Surya Manavalan  
Astron Liu Family Award - Kylie Hunter  

From Challenge School:
Junior Biochemistry: Cellular & Molecular Biology -Second - Peyton Dailey  
Junior Computer Sciences- First - Aditya Kumar  
Junior Computer - Second - Anjalie Kini  
Junior Energy & Transportation - Second Terry Chen
Junior Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering- Second - Matthew Fox  
Junior Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering- Second - Andrew Nichols  
Junior Environmental Sciences - First - Lilly Penazola  
Junior Environmental Sciences - First - Kyndall Hadley
Junior Environmental Management - First Hari Sowrirajan  
Junior Medicine and Health Sciences - First - Edwin Bodoni  
Junior Medicine and Health Sciences - Second - Isani Singh  
Junior Microbiology - Third - Maya Robbins  
Junior Physics & Astronomy - First - Ihana Mazezka  
Kris Wenzel Memorial Award - Isani Singh  
CGS- Message in Stone book - Lilly Penaloza  
CGS- Message in Stone book - Kyndall Hadley
RMSAWWA Young professional outreach committee scholarship award and $50 - Georgia Roberts
RICHO: Outstanding efforts of environmental - Anit Tyagi
SPLASH - Lily Penaloza
SPLASH - Kyndall Hadley  
NOAA - Georgia Roberts  

From Liberty Middle School:
Junior Biochemistry: Cellular & Molecular Biology - First - Deron Craig
Junior Mathematics- First - Sakthi Asokan
Junior Mathematics- Second - Jenna McLain
Junior Mathematics- Second - Katie Warren
Junior Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical - First - Isabel Dalmer
Junior Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering - Third - Lily Williams   
ASM Materials Education Foundation - Lily Williams  
Making the Museum Mission Happen: Excite - Mitch Segura  

From Cherry Creek High School:
Senior Animal Sciences- First - Apoorva Krishnan  
Senior Behavioral and Social Sciences - Second - Keetri Vajrala  
Senior Behavioral and Social Sciences - Second - Areefa Rahman  
Senior Mathematics - First - Jacob Imola
Senior Mathematics - First -Jordan Crawford  
Senior Engineering:Materials & Bioengineering- First - Apurva Subramanian  
Senior Environmental Sciences - First - Sanjna Bhartiya
Senior Medicine and Health Sciences - First - Alison Weinberger  
Senior Microbiology - First - Michael Brady  
Senior Microbiology- Second - Rahul Ramesh
Kris Wenzel Memorial Award - Sirey Zhang  
US Army Award - Brian Ladd  
Mu Alpha Theta Award - Zach Steffen  
Yale - Sanjna Bhartiya  
Intel Computer Science - Sirey Zhang  
Society for Invitriology - William Alvero Koski  
Colorado and Wyoming Chapter of the American Statistical Society - Neya Manavalan  
CGS- Message in Stone book - Sanjna Bhartiya  
Stockholm Water Award 1 - Sanjna Bhartiya  
Stockholm Water Award 3 - Rahul Ramesh
RMSAWWA Young professional outreach committee scholarship award and $50 - Rahul Ramesh  
Metric Award - Apurva Subramanian
American Metorological Society Award - Rahul Ramesh  
GENIUS Olympiad - Rahul Ramesh  
GENIUS Olympiad 2 - Sanjna Bhartiya   
Cherry Creek Water Basin WQA - Sanjna Bhartiya
ISWEEP - Rahul Ramesh

Posted March 25, 2014.

Posted 3/25/2014 2:32 PM
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