Cedarcrest students demonstrate their flair for science and engineering

Anniejoy Schutte and Riverview School Board President Greg Bawden discuss hand sanitizers and keyboards. Courtesy photo.
On Saturday, February 27th, the commons area at Cedarcrest High School was filled to capacity with literally standing room only, as students, parents and community members observed the many ingenious projects on display for the annual Science and Engineering Fair.

In total there were 54 participants, and 38 projects this year. Science department chair and teacher Bruce Murdock stated, "As teachers at Cedarcrest we are all about providing kids with opportunities. We see the science fair as a chance for kids to pursue areas of scientific interest that are not possible in the regular classroom setting. We are very proud of what these students have accomplished this year."

The following students were "Ribbon Winners:"


Andrew Burnell – Non –Electric Refrigeration System

Michael Matwichuk – Solar Panel

Michael Scott-Walsh – Aluminum/Copper Wire Conductivity

Justin Konersman – Electrical Sound Analysis

Mathew Bergvinson – Aerodynamic Principles/Paper Airplane Flight

Behavioral/Social Science

Madison Gallacci – Perceptions of African American Children

Anjani Patel – Effect of Classical Music on Short Term Memory

Aubrie Rakus – Behavioral Patterns among Elementary Students

Kathy Brusewitz – Fear, Age and Personality

Katie McClintic – Working Memory Span


Taylor Cramer – Electromagnetic Bumpers

Dan Ho – Friction & Shoes

Plant Science

Michael Fischer – Moss vs. Commercial Aquarium Filters

Cellular/Molecular Biology

Madison Waterman – DNA Extraction Buffer Analysis


Anniejoy Schutte – Hand Sanitizer & Computer Keyboards

Environmental Science

Alex Rataezyk – Acidity of the Snoqualmie River

Team Projects

Maggie Gronberg/Molly Hammontree – Visual Auditory Learning vs. Memory

Kylie Leslie/Kate Sherman – Orientation of Plants

Conner Clancy/Tiana Smith– Hand Sanitizing Techniques

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