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Dublin High School Hosts Science and Engineering Fair 2019

February 11, 2019

(Thank you to Dublin High School science teacher Janet Kaehms for submitting this story and photos.)

DUBLIN, CA–Dublin High School hosted its second annual science and engineering fair for Biology With Research freshmen last Saturday. There were a record number of participants with approximately 425 freshmen representing 250 different projects judged in two separate session. Projects ranged from “How to Analyze Amazon Product Reviews Using Deep Learning” to “What is the Most Efficient Lizard Trap”.

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These projects are the result of five months of effort by both students and teachers. They are a unique opportunity to practice both technical communication and working in a project-based environment. We are very proud of our students for their effort, dedication, and ingenuity. Scoring is not yet complete but approximately 12 projects will earn the right to move on to the Golden Gate Science and Engineering Fair next month where they may qualify for state and national level competition. We hope to have scoring completed by the end of the day Wednesday February 13.

Thank you to all the individuals who stepped up as judges for these projects, you made this event fantastic for our students. Several of the judges commented that Dublin High School students are amazing and some hoped to offer them jobs in the near future. Congratulations to all who participated!

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