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Dublin High School Students Win Dreammakers & Risktakers Award

October 18, 2018

PLEASANTON, CA–Thanks to a #BulletinFromGoogle story created earlier today by Dublin High School teacher Eugene Chou (full Bulletin story here) we’re able to share a couple of highlights from the Dreammakers & Risktakers Award luncheon held earlier today in Pleasanton. Dublin High School students Neha Harpanhalli and Christy Koh won the award for their creating the mobile phone app “Stay on Course” which is currently in production at Dublin High to help students track their progress for graduation requirements. The app started as an engineering class project several years ago and is now a released product.

“The Dreammakers and Risktakers luncheon salutes student innovators from the Tri-Valley region whose ideas hold the promise to change the world. It showcases the talent and bravery of the next generation, and gives the opportunity for civic leaders to recognize them.” (source)

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(photo credit: Eugene Chou)

Also recognized were (source: Eugene Chou from her Bulletin story):

  • Natalie Dutra, nominated by Las Positas College, awarded for her work to self publish her novella, The Apple Guardian.
  • Varsha Madapoosi and Bryan Luo of Amador High School awarded for creating a new innovative recycling and composting program for their school.
  • Andrew Lau and Ashley Zhuang from Granada High School accepting their award for their successful competition in cybersecurity.
  • Sarah Whalen of Las Positas Middle College Program wrote and directed the short film, The Risen, that was accepted into the Cannes Film Festival for the Emerging Filmmakers category.
  • DHS students and Foothill students collaborate through Tri-Valley ROP to develop a working heart valve prototype and accept the final award.

Neha and Christy’s acceptance speech

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(photo provided by Neha Harpanhalli)

 

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