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2019 Science Fair Water-Related Project Winners

Irvine Ranch Water District participated in project judging for the annual Irvine Unified School District Science Fair on Feb. 6, 2019, at Northwood High School. Students entered dozens of water-related projects, and four were chosen for recognition. Students will be honored at the IRWD board meeting on May 29, and the winning students’ schools will each receive $100 toward their science education programs. IRWD has sponsored the IUSD Science Fair since its inception and congratulates the following students.


Emily Dissanayake

Cypress Village Elementary

Oil Spill Clean-up


Jongmin Chae

Oak Creek Elementary


Riya Gupta & Akhila Dhurjati

Stonegate Elementary

Solar Water Heater


James Chen

University High School

Environmentally relevant reactions between dinitirogen pentoxide with organic acids and chlorine ions at seawater surface

Special thanks to the IRWD judges: Courtney Bonilla, Jessica Lieuw, Toni Lynch and Allan Pascual.

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