Nampa High School’s Team+S, a STEM club advised by teacher Chris Anderson, excelled at the Western Idaho Science and Engineering Fair held at Boise State University on March 15. Four of the team’s five presentations placed.
A presentation by Jacob Kratz and Kimberly Barron took second overall in the state and the pair was invited to compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix, Arizona, in mid-May. All expenses are paid for by INTEL and the state of Idaho. Competitors at the international fair come from 77 countries, regions and territories.
Addison Burkett: Second in biological sciences
Angelica Dockery: Second in biological sciences
Bryanna Correa and Gavin Bulifant: Second in scientific study and engineering
Kimberly Barron and Jacob Kratz: First in scientific study and engineering; first in group engineering, and second for the state of Idaho
Michael Guerrero and Blayze Bernal: Participants