KMS @ the Hawaii State Science and Engineering Fair 2017

At the Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair (HSSEF), students conduct scientific research, prepare a display board explaining the research, and present their findings to individual scientists, community groups and related organizations at the annual fair. 
Competition begins at the school level where advancement of selected projects move on to District Fairs.  A percentage of selected projects at District are given the opportunity to compete for cash, scholarships and other awards at the State Science Fair where the top 5 projects are selected to represent the State of Hawaii at the International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) held in May of each year.  Currently, there are 5,904 participants at 107 Public and Private School fairs.  1,193 participants at 9 District Fairs (Central, Hawaii East, Hawaii West, HAIS, Honolulu, Kauai, Leeward, Maui, Windward).
We are so proud of our 7 Kalakaua participants who are representing Kalakaua this year!
They are:
  • 8th Grader Chelsea Tajon with her project Decoding Scrambled Messages
  • 8th Graders Florie Primero, Nicole Castro and Mary Reyes with their project Heat Absorption Rate of Different Colors
  • 7th Grader Laiza Cabote with her project H2O-Nics 2.0
  • 6th Graders Marielle Tuazon and Mia Daquioag with their project Safety First
Thank you to Mr. Kashiwaeda for chaperoning and sharing the photos of our students!