Saipan Community School earlier this month feted the winners of the institution’s Science Fair during the school’s Friday morning chapel time.
The overall winners were 7th grader Kate Ishida for the junior high division and 5th grader Hyeonbin Jeong in the elementary division.
Ishida won for her science project involving artificial reefs, while Jeong topped the division with a “Moneywise Consumers” science project.
SCS principal Bobby Winfield also thanked Subway for sponsoring this year’s Science Fair.
The rest of the class winners and their science project topics are as follows:
Hans Xu (1st Place) – Plant Growth
Camille Sablan (2nd Place) – Plant Growth in Sunlight and Artificial Light
Derick Kwon (3rd Place) – Big Seeds vs. Small Seeds
Huiwon Jeong (1st Place) – The Sinking of the Paper Titanic
Michelle Ryu (2nd Place) – Potato Pimble Problem
Cloie Seo (3rd Place) – It’s So Dirty!
Hyeonbin Jeong (1st Place) – Moneywise Consumers
Seung Jin Paik (2nd Place) – Memories
Kevin Liang (3rd Place) – Which sound affects dogs most?
Mark Nam (1st Place) – Homopolar Motor
Jason Sablan (2nd Place) – Best Soda Cooling Method
Maxine Rabago (3rd Place) – Liquid Evaporation
Kate Ishida (1st Place) – Artificial Reefs
Jeffrey Seo (2nd Place) – Greywater Garden
Iris Lee (3rd Place) – Terminating Fire
Alex Chen (1st Place) – Does music help your memory?
Kevin He (2nd Place) – Can apples make other fruits ripen faster?
Eun Bi Hwang (3rd Place) – Which liquid makes Tylenol dissolve the fastest? (PR)