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Posted: March 30, 2012

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Several APS Students Win Awards at Regional Science Fair

Students from Albuquerque, Cibola, Del Norte, Eldorado and Manzano high schools and Cleveland, Hoover, James Monroe, Jefferson, McKinley and Roosevelt middle schools were recognized at the Central New Mexico Science and Engineering Research Challenge held at UNM in March.

Roosevelt 7th grader John Spanjers explains his project, "The Effect of Temperature on Chemical Reaction Rates."

Several APS students were recognized for their projects at the 52nd annual Central New Mexico Science and Engineering Research Challenge held at the University of New Mexico March 15-17. The top science fair students include: 

Albuquerque High

Richard Apodaca and Francesca Jarrett

Cibola High

Elias Clark, Sydney Golleher and teacher Patricia Duda

Cleveland Middle School

Julio Avila, Isabelle Cordova, Samuel Fortescue, Kelsey Hayes, Morgan King, Marlee Lazarus, Sarah Martinez, Gianina Revels, Jon Revels, Jesse Saunders, Kinsey Swope and teacher Anne Stevens

Del Norte High

Ujwal Chadha

Eldorado High

Josh Ludwigsen and Ivan Rajen

Hoover Middle School

Nathan Murzyn

James Monroe Middle School

Olivia Barber

Jefferson Middle School

Grace Earick, Elias Glickman, Lea Godret-Miertschin, Noah Johnson, Araceli Lopez-Binder, Halla Mathews, Ian Moore, Josiah Rise, Madalena Roeber, Anya Rosen-Gooding, David Samuel and teacher Steve Kaestner

Manzano High School

Katherine Cordwell and teacher Amanda Briggs

McKinley Middle School

Shubham Chadha

Roosevelt Middle School

Emily Clarke, Elizabeth Cox, Kaitlyn Eldred, Carrie Hicks, Olivia Schmelzel, John Spanjers and teacher Janet Steele

For a complete list of winners, visit the Central NM Science & Engineering Research Challenge website.

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