Honolulu District Science and Engineering Fair 2017

On Saturday, February 11th, 29 of our students participated in the Honolulu District Science and Engineering Fair held at Kapiolani Community College. Our students represented our school with projects in:
  •  Behavioral and Social Science:  "Picmotion", "You've Got  Minute to Win It" and "Decoding Scrambled Messages"
  • Chemistry:  "Iodine in Water"
  • Earth and Environmental Science: "The Heat Absorption of Colors",  "Rainbow Water Purification" and "The Next Household Water Purifier...Fruits"
  • Embedded Systems:  "Different Materials Affecting Internet Megabytes"
  • Energy (Physical): "Can You Handle the Shock?" and "Solar Oven"
  • Engineering Mechanics: "Saucy Shaker"
  • Environmental Engineering:  "Waste Revolution", "Slippery Slope" and "Trash Collector"
  • Materials Science: "Safety First"
  • Microbiology: "Germs vs. Disinfectants"
  • Physics and Astronomy: "Hydraulic Crane"
  • Plant Sciences:  "H2O-nics 2.0"
KMS Students and their projects moving on to the Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair!
  • 8th Graders:  Mary Reyes, Nicole Castro and Florie Primero on their project "The Heat Absorption of Colors"
  • 8th Grader:  Chelsea Tajon with her project "Decoding Scrambled Messages"
  • 7th Grader:  Laiza Cabote with her project "H20-nics 2.0"
  • 6th Graders: Mia Daquioag and Marielle Tuazon with their project "Safety First"
Please congratulate ALL of our students for a job well done with representing our school! 
Best wishes go out to our students who are advancing to the State level!
To see photos of our students and their projects, please click here!