TISD Students Show Well at 2023 District Science Fair
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 comparative to collection 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, Recycle or
- 2nd: William Alexander, Creekview Elementary, Eye See You
- 2nd: Bethany Webb, Oakcrest Intermediate, Your Amazing Immune System
- 3rd: Vihann Shah, Creekside Forest Elementary, Smart CLIK: Smart Car Line Intelligent Kiosk
Elementary Honorable Mention:
- Arda deMartin, Creekside Forest Elementary, Speed Bump
- Patricio Ortega Ochoa, Timber Creek Elementary, The Bean Bag Catapult Project
- Caroline Walker, Creekview Elementary, Chill Out with Evaporative Cooling
- Aadhrit Rathi, Creekside Forest Elementary, Control Climate Change: Renewable Energy from Workout
- Penrose Dunn, Creekside Forest Elementary, Dysgraphia and Artificial Intelligence
- Reeva Nevaskar, Creekside Forest Elementary, Application of Newton’s Laws of Motion
- David and Eduardo Lopez-Trujillo, Creekside Forest Elementary, How to Prevent Autistic Kids from Wandering
- Ronak Sawant, Northpointe Intermediate, Easy Grow Systems: Microgreens and Hydroponics
- Maryam Hussain & Zunaira Sakhawat, Oakcrest Intermediate, Living in the Infinity and Beyond
Winners from the Secondary (6-12) division:
- 1st: Eshan Jolly, John Lezama, Tomball High School, Reconnected: An Interactive Approach to Increasing Medication Adherence in Elderly Patients Through an Emotional Connection
- 2nd: Riya Singhal, Oakcrest Intermediate, Using Spherification for Safe and Controlled Delivery of Iron Drops
- 3rd: Anirudh Konidala, Tomball Memorial High School, Digital Solutions to Address Teacher Shortage and Improve Student Learning
Secondary Honorable Mention:
- Selina Hong, Carol Nguyen, Chloe Smith, Zoey Arzac, Northpointe Intermediate, Tasting Colors
- Laila Bogucki, Northpointe, I Toad You So
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.
ABOUT TOMBALL ISD
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 nearly 22,000 students at 22 campuses.
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