Science Fair Success

Science Fair Success
Posted on 01/29/2018
Science Fair Success for HMS students

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Science Fair staff sponsor Tara Wodzicki (far left) and Science Skills Specialist Clara Garza (far right), share a moment with the 7th and 8th grade students from Hambrick Middle School who competed in the Aldine Independent School District Science Fair on January 27.  The students performed extremely well, many of whom will be moving on to the Regional Science Fair next month.

“I cannot express how proud I am for the success of our Hambrick students at the district science fair,” stated Clara Garza. Once Garza shared the results of the district competition, which was held at Aldine Middle School on January 27, the rest of the staff could truly understand her enthusiasm and excitement.  Hambrick students performed well in all categories from experimental projects to digital imagery and even the science bowl.  Garza, the campus Science Skills Specialist, expressed a special thanks to Tara Wodzicki, who worked diligently with the students to make this success happen.     Wodzicki will continue to work with the students to help them put forth their best work at the Regional Science Fair which will be held in February.  

Experimental Project Competition

Behavioral/ Social Sciences                   
1st Place - Shonease Murphy and Sara Miller
Individual Computer Science                 
1st Place - Arthur Galvan and Jose Hernandez
Electrical and Mechanical                      
1st Place - Yaretsi Banda and Emily Villegas Garcia
Materials & Bioengineering                   
1st Place - Bryan Gonzalez and Carlos Sanchez
3rd Place - Erika Diaz
Plant Sciences                                         
1st Place - Aimee Mahindaratne
Digital Imagery Competition
1st place - Cesar Cordova   
2nd place - Jasmine Garza   
3rd place - Jasmine Wiley 
Science Quiz Bowl
1st Place - Aimee Mahindaratne and Bryan Gonzalez
3rd Place - Shonease Murphy and Sara Miller
Science Laboratory Notebook
1st Place - Aimee Mahindaratne