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2018 Science Fair Finalists


Life Science 1

1st Place

        Robert Griffith- How do Different Fertilizers affect Plant Growth

     Rebecca Huerta- How Heat Affects the Growth of Pine Cones

2nd Place 

     Alexandria Shick - Radiation

      Aja Tsutsumi - Soaking Up the Heat


Life Science 2

1st Place 

     Hannah Paik-  How Does Your Brain Perceive Pain

     Giacomo Carter - Got Krill

2nd Place 

     Camryn Tobias - The Pressure is On

     Cassandra Rogers - Tides,Temperature and Tiny Creatures

      Sky Samuels - Chicken Smart


Behavioral Science

1st Place

      Josie Miller - Would You Conform?

2nd Place 

     Jacob Wyman - Words of Power

     Natalie Curthoys - Fake News

     Jayda Bodas- Teen Esteem

     Elizabeth Collins- Do First Impressions Matter?




1st Place 

    Owen Wooliever - After the Fire,Comes the Ash

2nd Place

      Eric DuBois - The Best Seawall to Save Our Highways

      Emily McGee - Does the Age of Water Pipers Affect Water Quality

      Mara Ritters - Go Green or Go Home


Physical Science 1

1st Place

      Cameron Lane - Bridges

      Ben Hooper - Can Airfoil Shape Affect Lift?

Physical Science 2

1st Place

      Phillip Carrig - Making Hydrogen Gas

2nd Place

      Mikaela Sendino - The Electrified Tide

      Norah Lynch - Rational Radioactivity

      Michael Thompson - Fruit Conductivity

Special Awards

     Winner-Hannah Paik

     Runner up-Josie Miller

     Jerry Trenter Biology Award-Cassandra  Rogers - Sea anenome

     Gil Ellis Environmental Award-Owen Wooliever

     Practical Scientist  Award-Zeke Syme To Rust or not to Rust



We are excited to host our 4th Annual Challenge Day this year on Wednesday, February 28th for our 7th and 8th grade students. 


Challenge Day is a fantastic day to help students learn to connect and build self-esteem, address peer pressure and reduce the acceptability of teasing, oppression and all forms of violence.


Students, if you are interested in participating, please see Mrs. Myrick in the counseling office to sign up.  Sign-ups are on a first come first serve basis.  


We are also looking for 25-30 adult participants; a well-rounded group of community members, school staff, and parents. It is an all day commitment (no coming and going) 8:00 am-3:30 pm.  If you are interested in volunteering on Wednesday, February 28th please email me at


There is more information below regarding Challenge Day and a video attached. 




For millions of young people, bullying, cliques, alienation and even violence have become deeply ingrained in their daily school experience. Challenge Day provides a way for teens to lift themselves and their schools out of this quagmire, and to create a new environment that reflects the change that they want to see in their school.

Challenge Day is a series of games, activities, group discussions, icebreakers and trust-building exercises that lead to transformation. The walls of separation that divide people from one another are broken down, and the participants leave the experience with new levels of respect and communication with their peers, teachers, parents, community and themselves. The program successfully addresses the issues of violence, racism, teasing, stereotypes, tobacco, drugs and alcohol within the context of teen life.

Challenge Day also helps young people learn to connect through powerful, life-changing programs in their schools and communities.Challenge Day programs increase self-esteem, help shift dangerous peer pressure to positive peer support, and reduce the acceptability of teasing, oppression, and all forms of violence. This program inspires youth and communities to Be the Change they wish to see in the world, and challenge others to do the same.

Challenge Day Video:


The Cabrillo Unified School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex (sexual harassment), sexual orientation, marital, family, parental status, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints regarding this policy, please contact John Corry, Assistant Sup. of Personnel and Pupil Services, Equity/Title IX Compliance Officer at (650) 712-7109.

Board adopts resolution on principles in support of undocumented students and families - DOWNLOAD PDF RESOLUTION -- SPANISH





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