Students win big at state science fair

  • Contributed by Dan Matthews

    Winners, teachers and administrators from the state science and engineering fair show their awards. In front from left are Angeline Chan, Emma Burgess, Marissa Matsushige and Sofia Town. In the middle from left are Kaua‘i High School Principal Marlene Leary, Tanner Hubbard, Kailee Oyama, Kamaira Silva, Elise Yukimura, Karl Raquinio and Kauai High School science teacher Kevin Johnson. In back from left are Jacob Reese, Priscilla Matthews, Kai Mottley and Aidan Gregerson.

  • Contributed by Wendy Castillo

    St. Theresa School religion teacher Anne Kane stands next to sixth-grader Denali Chun, who took third place in the behavioral and social science division in the state science and engineering fair, on campus in Kekaha.

  • Contributed by Wendy Castillo

    St. Theresa School religion teacher Anne Kane stands next to eighth-grader Keaupuni Miyake, who took second place in the earth and environmental science division at the state science and engineering fair.

LIHU‘E — Twelve students, from Kaua‘i High School in Lihu‘e and from St. Theresa School in Kekaha, scooped 19 awards and $4,600 in cash and scholarship prizes at the Hawai‘i Academy of Science’s virtual 64th annual Hawai‘i State Science and Engineering Fair, held April 17.

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