The last week of KingCo chess league did not go well. We already knew we would not qualify for the state come petition, even worse we had to play Overlake. In a blitz match, Overlake lost 1-4 against Issaquah, a surprising result as they had higher rated players. So we would have to play Overlake. And we lost, 1-4 also. I played a bad StonewAll, which means I won't show the game.
Oh well, now I should try a Nimzo-Indian!
Each year, the KingCo league (comprising 19 schools) selects principals of the year who embody leadership attributes that are acknowledged and appreciated by his/her principal peers. A principal is selected for each level (4A, 3A, 2A) as well as an associate principal in each level. The last week of KingCo chess league did not go well. We already knew we would not qualify for the state come petition, even worse we had to play Overlake. In a blitz match, Overlake lost 1-4 against Issaquah, a surprising result as they had higher rated players. So we would have to play Overlake. Mercer Island (19-2) will play Bellevue (18-4) Friday at 6:30 p.m. For the league's top seed in next week's Sea-King District Tournament. Bellevue, the defending KingCo 3A Tournament champion.
Takeaway: I hate to praise anyone but myself, but RookSacrifice is amazing against the Dutch Defense! Here is why:
Woodinville is a city in King County, Washington United States. The population was 10, 938 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Seattle metropolitan area Chrys.
This is the game that really made me give up the Dutch Defense.
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As per LWSD communication regarding the district's plan for snow make up days and the end of the academic year, please note the following official district changes for you planning purposes:
- There are now 4 Wednesdays are now full school days with classes starting at 7:30 and ending at 2:00 - March 22, April 12th, May 3rd, and May 31st. These are required attendance dates.
As we continue to celebrate T-STEM students' accomplishments, please note these exciting details from the following academic competitions: HOSA, CSRSEF, Teen CEO, Chess, and Regeneron. Also, note the results of another STEM Athlete!! Congratulations to all our students, faculty, and parents as this is the result of a great team effort!!
From HOSA Advisor, Ms. Kate Allender...
Our students put forth a stellar performance at the HOSA Future Health Professionals State competition this last weekend in Spokane, bringing in 27 awards and representing Tesla STEM with honor and pride. Huge THANK YOU to Matt Travis, Sarah Newman and Lori Zebrack-Smith who chaperoned the event since I was chaperoning CSRSEF over the weekend as well.
The following students who placed 1st - 4th can go to Nationals in Orlando, FL from June 21-24 this year:
Biomedical Debate:Anna Vasyura, Larry Wang and Goutam Krishnamoorthy - 2nd place
Creative Problem Solving: Rishika Veeramachaneni, Sunya Mohammed and Anika Ghelani- 2nd place
Amulya Paramasivam, Anna Vasyura and Katie Chalmers - 5th place
Kanae Lancaster - 3rd place
Midori Komi - 2nd place
Extemporaneous Health Poster: Aimee Roseberry - 3rd place
Forensic Medicine: Bella Filippini and Rose Matta - 4th place
Health Career Display: Bella Filippini and Ashiana Dhanani - 3rd place
Public Health: Rahul Srivastava and Ashiana Dhanani - 1st place
Larry Wang, Anna Vasyura, Christine Pham and Caylynn Berosik - 5th place
Prepared Spelling: Afeef Sheikh - 2nd place
Medical Innovation: Ayushi Desai and Reeteka Kudallur- 3rd place
Behavioral Health, Knowledge test: Vaishnavi Phadnis - 1st place
Medical Terminology: Goutham Krishnamoorthy - 1st place
Pathophysiology, Knowledge test: Varsha Veeramacheneni -1st place, Christine Lee - 2nd place
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Nutrition, Knowledge test: Salil Kanade- 2nd place
Transcultural Healthcare, Knowledge test: Varsha Veeramacheneni - 1st place
Aditi Ekobok - 5th place
Please also congratulate Vaishnavi Phadnis who helped run the State conference as the HOSA President-elect for WA state and Varsha Veermacheneni who is currently the WA state HOSAReporter this year.
CSRSEF - Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair
In regards to CSRSEF, T- STEM students won 29 awards, including 6 of the 1st place awards out of the 9 categories that we competed in and.. drum roll ..the GRAND PRIZE winner for the whole fair - which includes an all-expense paid trip to Los Angeles this May for the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF)! Please congratulate all students who participated at CSRSEF as they all put forth a tremendous amount of time and effort and produced award-winning, innovative research in my opinion. The following students received the following awards:
Behavioral and Social Sciences (BEHA)
1st place: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations
2nd place: Michelle Yeh, Davina Lau and Katherine Bo, Familiarity of Music and its Effects on Stress Levels on Students
3rd place: Hanna Karpstein, Investigating the Effectivity of Various Behavioral Addiction Prevention Methods
Honorable Mention: Rachel Ray, Amelia Sabin and Brenna Schwartz, The Effect of Personality Types on the Success of Group Work
Biomedical and Health Sciences (BMED), Bioengineering (ENBM), Translational Medicine (TMED)
1st place: Priyanka Taneja, Anjali Sribalaskandarajah and Prerana Kulkarni, Utilizing Homovanillic Acid and Monoclonal Antibodies as a Novel Diagnostic Method for Schizophrenia and Parkinson's Diagnosis
Honorable Mention: Vidha Sudhesh, Using an Eye Exam to Detect Parkinson's at an Early Stage
Cellular & Molecular Biology (CELL), Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (CBIO), Microbiology (MCRO)
1st place: Neha Hulkund, The Development of Machine Learning Linear Regression Algorithms for Epileptic Seizure Prediction
2nd place: Vaishnavi Phadnis, Computational Analysis of Neurotrophin Receptor Splice Variant Expression Signatures in Multiple Cancer Types
Kingco Chess League Champions
Honorable Mention: Rishi Kavikondala, Rayan Krishnan and Sashwatha Shankar, Computational Analysis of Methanogen Metabolism Processes in Autotrophic Cyanobacteria for Carbon-Neutral Photosynthetic Methane Production
Earth and Environmental Sciences (ENEV), Biochemistry (BCHM), Chemistry (Chem)
1st Place: Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence
2nd Place: Justin Qiu, Investigating the Effects of Floating Photovoltaic Systems on the Growth of Freshwater Algae
Honorable Mention: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity
Environmental Engineering (ENEV)
2nd place: Silvia Calinov, Water Waves to Light Waves
Energy: Chemical (EGCH) and Physical (EGPH)
2nd place: Sandra Militaru and Andrea Dang, Solketal Additive for Aviation Fuel
Engineering Mechanics (ENMC)
1st place: Anne Lee and Isaac Perrin, Performing Fluid Dynamics Analysis to Develop an Automated Valve to Halt Natural Gas Blowouts
Physics and Astronomy (PHYS), Mathematics (Math)
1st place: Rashida Hakim, Particle Simulation of Phase-Dependent Fields Using Geometric Algebra
Washington State Science and Engineering (WSSEF) Award: Richard Halbert and Daniel Hoffman, Political Tribalism
Inspiring Excellence in Scientific Research and Engineering Awards: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations
Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence
American Psychological Association for Achievement in Research in Psychological Science: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations
Association for Women Geoscientists Award, Honorable Mention: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity
People's Choice Award: Katrine Bjorner and Emily Spencer, Mobilizing the TENS Unit
Stockholm Junior Water Prize: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity
Ricoh Americas Corporation Award: Stuart Brown and Eric Fan, Generating Biogas from Waste
American Chemical Society (ACS) Prize: Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence
American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics Award: Sandra Militaru and Andrea Dang, Solketal Additive for Aviation Fuel
Supernova Awards: Sana Fatima, The Combined Effect of Music and Running on Fluid Intelligence
Olivia Blevins and Audrey Tseng, Designing a Cost-Effective and Customizable 3D Printed Tongue, for the Purpose of Gaining Sufficient Unsupported Synthetic Tongue Muscle Articulation for Use in Speech and Swallowing, Comparable to Organic Tongue Muscle ArticulationGrand Prize Winner, Best in Fair: Neha Hulkund, The Development of Machine Learning Linear Regression Algorithms for Epileptic Seizure Prediction. Neha won an all-expense paid week long trip to ISEF in Los Angeles this May. ISEF is the world's largest pre-college International science fair representing approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 75 countries that compete for on average of $4 million in prizes.
Teen CEO is a district-sponsored business competition for district high school students who currently operate a small business.
The official results from the Director of CTE, Mr. Dan Phelan..
First place cash award of $3,000 and the Rita Smith Award - Magic Carrot Candles - Adriana Rush, Indra Toepke, and Ashley Sellers
Second place Cash Award - Mission Happy Land - Anne Lee
Honorable Mention Cash Awards - Cedar Robotics - Caleb John and Denis Chelan; FOKUS - Sarah Tarta
The Tesla STEM Chess Team tied for 5th place in the KingCo League and competed at the State Tournament at Issaquah High School March 3rd and 4 th. Freshman Vikram Ramasamy placed 2nd in the All-Comers tournament, and Junior Tudor Fanaru placed 3 rd!! Great job!!