Kamiak well represented at Regional Science Fair


Last updated 3/20/2019 at Noon

Isabela Ceniceros, a Kamiak sophomore, earned third place in the physics category at the Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) at Bellevue College Saturday, March 16. Ceniceros’ entry also earned “Special Awards” from The U.S. Metric Association, The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and The U.S. Air Force for her research. She was one of only two participants at the competition to earn three separate “Special Awards.”

The annual Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) was held Saturday, March 16, at Bellevue College, and Kamiak was well-represented in a number of categories.

According to the event director and Bellevue College Professor Dr. Jennifer Pang, this year’s event played host to 21 high schools across King and Snohomish counties, competing in 11 separate science, engineering and math disciplines.

This CSRSEF event is considered as a necessary step for students who hope to participate in the Washington State Science Fair being held in Bremerton on March 29 and 30.


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