CSSF Category Awards: 2009
Product Science (Biological)

Junior Division


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J2117 — First Place
Jenna R. McMane, Grade 8 portrait
Consistency Counts: Comparing the Results of Blood Glucose Meters
Advisor: Mrs. Stacey Lerma
School: Vista Heights Middle School, Moreno Valley, Riverside County
J2122 — Second Place
Mike M. Pilegard, Grade 7 portrait
Is It Easy Being "Green"? Comparing "Green" and Conventional Cleaners on Environmental Impact, Quality, and Cost
Advisor: Mrs. Debbie Pilegard
School: Central Valley Home School, Kingsburg, Fresno County
J2110 — Third Place
Charlie J. Hughes, Grade 8 portrait
Analyzing the Accuracies of Natural vs. Chemical Mosquito Repellents When Mixed with Paint
Advisor: Mrs. Jewely Lopez-Lickey
School: Sanger Academy Charter School, Sanger, Fresno County
J2105 — Fourth Place
Kristy M. Drutman, Grade 8 portrait
Hairy Situation
Advisor: Ms. Christina Fisher
School: Raney (Letha) Intermediate School, Corona, Riverside County
J2104 — Honorable Mention
Diego A. Denis-Arrue, Grade 6 portrait
Microbe Busters
Advisor: Mr. Joseph Lucido
School: Liddell (Norman) Elementary, Fresno, Fresno County
J2106 — Honorable Mention
Garrett P. Fortner, Grade 6 portrait
Peanut: The Invisible Danger
Advisor: Ms. Michelle Stone
School: Pinecrest Elementary School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J2108 — Honorable Mention
Dane F. Holmsky, Grade 8 portrait
Does the Fat Content in Dairy Affect Its Taste?
Advisor: Mr. Bud Smith
School: All Saints' Episcopal Day School, Carmel, Monterey County
J2125 — Honorable Mention
Jacquelyn D. Shoults, Grade 7 portrait
It's Not Easy Being Green
Advisor: Ms. Nadia Oggiano
School: St. Anne School, Laguna Niguel, Orange County
J2126 — Honorable Mention
Bailey K. VanOmmeren, Grade 8 portrait
Got Mold?
Advisor: Mrs. Cynthia Vodraska
School: Sequoia Middle School, Newbury Park, Ventura County

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