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Dublin High School Science Teacher Janet Kaehms organized this year's science fair which provides students an opportunity to present their projects.
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As a judge this is the rubric I need to follow when reviewing the science fair projects I've been assigned.
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A group of parents and (mostly) student volunteers are serving as judges.
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These students modified a drone and RC car to create a first responder tool.
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This student created a lightweight prototype of body armor to protect against knife attacks. The prototype was made from inexpensive materials and was refined after multiple tests. This project included a cool video of testing with different types of knives to verify design worked. I've judged many different science fair projects - this one was definitely unique!!
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So far no volcano projects! A surprisingly diverse set of problem areas are being investigated.
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There are over 150 projects on display (creating a science fair project is a mandatory part of Dublin High School's Biology with Research course). A subset of the projects will go on to the Alameda County Science and Engineering Fair.
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