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Distrito escolar de Plainfield anuncia ganadores de Feria de las Ciencias

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Jaylen Ross, 17, a Senior at PAAAS and winner of Science Fair for four (4) consecutive years. Pictured: Parents Everette and Michele Ross with Jaylen and younger brother Jordan Credits: Plainfield Public Schools
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Middle School level winners. Smiling Alisson Salazar Ruiz, Receiving Certificate. Credits: Plainfield Public Schools
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Elemenatry School level winners. Credits: Plainfield Public Schools
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High School level winners Credits: Plainfield Public Schools
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PLAINFIELD, NJ - La Oficina de Tecnología, Ciencias e Instrucción de las Escuelas Públicas de Plainfield anunció a los ganadores de la Feria de Ciencias 2018, en una recepción celebrada el jueves 1 de marzo de 2018 en la Escuela Primaria Clinton.

Veintiocho de los 178 estudiantes en grados 4-12 recibieron los máximos honores después de presentar sus proyectos ganadores en la Escuela Primaria Clinton. Los 178 proyectos ganadores fueron evaluados por un equipo de jueces que utilizó una rúbrica de evaluación para calificar cada proyecto en presentación, investigación científica, conocimiento y entrevista general con cada participante.

Este año, Jaylen Ross, de 17 años, estudiante de la Academia Plainfield de Artes y Estudios Avanzados (PAAAS), ganó el primer lugar por cuarto año consecutivo. Su proyecto "No Bacteria Zone" evaluó la efectividad de los antibióticos naturales frente a los antibióticos sintéticos. Jaylen fue supervisado por su maestro, el Sr. Michael L. Pisani. Jaylen espera asistir a la Escuela de Artes Visuales de Nueva York para estudiar Mercadeo y Artes Gráficas.

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Durante la ceremonia de premios más de 350 asistentes apoyaron a los ganadores de la feria de ciencias.

La Dra. Jean Gordon, Coordinadora de Subvenciones, quien coordinó el evento con la Sra. Jacqueline Cox, dijo que la Feria de Ciencias ofrece una oportunidad para que los estudiantes muestren su comprensión de la ciencia y el proceso de investigación.

"Es muy importante motivar a los estudiantes con la ciencia y hacer que se sientan cómodos con la investigación científica. También contribuye a su desarrollo social ".

Adjunto está la lista de los ganadores:

Nombre de pila

Apellido

Lugar

Escolar

Grado

Noah

Munoz

1

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

4

Katherine

Aparicio

2

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

4

Yousef

Assaf

2

Jefferson Elementary School

4

Nahim

Aviles Torres

3

Washington Elementary School

4

Jaime

Arango

1

Jefferson Elementary School

5

Brittany

Lubintus

2

Woodland Elementary School

5

Jade

Portillo

3

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

5

Xavier

Stokely

1

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

6

Isaiah

Mora

2

Maxson Middle School

6

Jordan

Towler

3

Hubbard Middle School

6

Jordan

Ross

3

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

6

Keily

Lan Morales

1

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

7

Anniyah

Cox

2

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

7

Dayan

Bardales Rodriquez

3

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

7

Ellis

Halliday

1

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

8

Dana

Oliva

2

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

8

Efae

Wheeler Faulks

2

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

8

Zoe

Oliver

3

Cedarbrook K-8 Center

8

Benjamin

Williams

3

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

8

Jaylen

Ross

1

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

12

Kelly

Coca

2

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

12

Jasmine

Huggins

3

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

12

Christly

Pacheco

3

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

12

Gretel

Rodriguez-Ramos

3

Plainfield Academy for the Arts and Advanced Studies

12

Karla

Velasquez Naves

3

Plainfield High School

10

LeAnthony

Howell

3

Plainfield High School/PAAAS

10

Charlene

Hills

3

Plainfield High School/PAAAS

10

Skylar-Rae

Boone

3

Plainfield High School/PAAAS

10

Lia

Haynes

3

Plainfield High School

11

 

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