Muirs’ First Annual Science and Engineering Fair Winners

John Muir High School congratulates its First Annual Science and Engineering Fair Winners: Engineering 1st Prize – Luis Ayon, Luc Villani, and Victor Saldana; 2nd Prize – Diego Huizar; Third Prize – Ella Uriu and Aaron Sharp. Environmental Science 1st Prize – Emilly De La Torre and Dakota Daniels; 2nd Prize – Jasmine Collins and Efren Rangel; 3rd Prize – Mykayla Collier, Prescilla Kingai, and Valerie Ruvalcaba. Biology 1st Prize – Quincy Watson and Kennedy Bustos; 2nd Prize – Isaak Uriu; 3rd Prize – Katherine Martinez. Chemistry 1st Prize – Mia Rodriguez, Joanna Suarez Martinez, Allison Duarte, and Leilani Garcia-Sanchez; 2nd Prize – Ashlyn Bondsmith and Ella Uriu; 3rd Prize – Luc Villani, Treshawn Jackson, German Falcon, and Michael Mendoza. Physics 1st Prize – Lauren Gray, Robert Teruya, and Xochitl Nuno; 2nd Prize – Ella Fortrich, Londyn Sewell, Andreas Blas, Raul Rodriguez; 3rd Prize – Zackery Parkins, Emmeline Clougherty, Ricardo Guizar, and Valeria Sanchez. Student Choice Awards – Ms. Suarez’ Students: 1st Prize – Roselyn Mata and Leila Mills; 2nd Prize – Kyreon Young and Omar Pablo; 3rd Prize – Romeo Tellez and John Vallejo.

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