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Tomball Independent School District

Tomball ISD Students Show Well at 2023-2024 District Science Fair

Tomball ISD Students Show Well at 2023-2024 District Science Fair
Science Fair participants

TOMBALL — Tomball ISD students showcased their scientific talents and hard work at the annual District Science Fair. Campus winners had the opportunity to present their project to judges and compete against others across the district to be awarded the best science project in grades 3-5 division and grades 6-12 division. 

In the Fall, TISD students in grades 3-12 were invited to participate in their respective campus science fair on topics ranging from research to comparative to engineering design. Students were encouraged to select a topic that interests them and that others may also find interesting. 

Prior to Winter Break, judging occurred at each campus and the top projects were invited to participate in the Tomball ISD District Science Fair. 

Winners from the Elementary (3-5) division:

  • 1st: Rowan Unser, Timber Creek Elementary, Beetle Fire
  • 2nd: Reeva Nexaskar, Creekside Forest Elementary, Tooth Phantasy: A Journey Through Acids and Alkalines
  • 3rd: Connor Fraser, Creekside Forest Elementary, What Cleans Teeth More Effectively

Elementary Honorable Mention: 

  • Veeranjani Singh, Canyon Pointe Elementary, The Motor Experiment
  • Alex and Nathan Lo, Creekside Forest Elementary, The Earache
  • Jayden Liu, Creekside Forest Elementary, Capturing Carbon Emissions
  • Avery Trinidad, Rosehill Elementary, Popcorn Palooza: Oils in Action
  • Emma Reilly, Lucia Salinas, Bella Leli, Lakewood Elementary, Why Can’t We Feed Bread to Ducks?
  • Saanvika Varipilli, Creekside Forest Elementary, Is Sugar the Real Cause of Diabetes?

Winners from the Secondary (6-12) division:

  • 1st: Siddharth Mannepalli, Tomball High School, Enhancing Vision for Blind and Visually Impaired Using Computer Visions and Deep Learning
  • 2nd: John Lezama, Tomball High School, Creating an Innovative Robotic Arm to Help Amputees at an Affordable Price
  • T-3rd: Riya Singhal, Grand Lakes Junior High, A comparative Study of Repurposed Synthetic Drugs and Natural Compounds for Blocking ACE2 Entry of SARS-Cov-2 (Covid 19)
  • T-3rd: Sana Kale, Creekside Park Junior High, Identifying the Effects of Biomarkers on Breast Cancer

Secondary Honorable Mention:

  • Reyansh Gupta, Northpointe Intermediate, Using AI to Detect Viruses (COVID)
  • Vihan Shah, Creekside Park Junior High, Band AI ID

Any Secondary (6-12) division District Science Fair participant is eligible to apply to advance to the Science & Engineering Fair of Houston (SEFH) at the George R Brown Convention Center in February.

Tomball ISD educates students to become responsible, productive citizens by providing innovative, individually rigorous, and personally valuable educational experiences. Founded in 1908, Tomball ISD now encompasses 83 square miles in northwest Harris County and southwest Montgomery County, and is located approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. The district currently educates over 22,000 students across 22 campuses.

  • 2023-2024
  • Science Fair