Ashley Falls students shine at science event

(Above) Front row, L-R: Michael Vaughn, Ravi Gopinathan, Anjali Gopinathan, Kelsi Otto, and Jessica Mar. Back row, L-R: Sierra Otto, Keshan Pansuria, Joanna Ding, Gia N. (partly hidden), Mr. Miller, Lukas N. (partly hidden), Connor Hunt, Caroline Bao, Eli Smith, Andrew Park,Vikram Duvvur, and Miguel Nepomuceno.

Ashley Falls Elementary School students participated in the San Diego County Office of Education Science Field Day (www.sdcoe.net) on May 12.  Led by science teacher Mr. Miller and parent coaches, Ashley Falls’ young scientists participated in 14 events and came away with a haul of 11 medals:  6 First Place, 3 Second Place, 1 Fourth Place, and 1 Fifth Place.

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