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HPA students head to East Hawaii District Science and Engineering Fair

Nine Middle School students from Hawaii Preparatory Academy have been invited to participate in the East Hawaii District Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday, Feb. 8. The event is being held at the Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii in Hilo. HPA participants and their projects are, front row, from left: Kiawehokua Tarnas, “The Beetle Trapper”; Kyra Hartley, “Rebel Radishes”; Kealia Haitsuka, “Cleaning Up the Ocean!”; Melia Van Kirk, “The Truth About Deep Breathing”; Gillian Winston, “Smartphone Radiation Reduction”; and Chavis Arafiles, “Retainer No Brainer.” Back row, from left; Hayden Virtue, “Organic Pesticides to Deter Pests on Eggplant”; Corey Patton-Lossner, “Temperature Rebound”; and Devyn Harmon “How Do Different Detergents Used In Graywater Affect Marigold Growth?” (PHOTO COURTESY OF HPA FOR NHN)
Nine Middle School students from Hawaii Preparatory Academy have been invited to participate in the East Hawaii District Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday, Feb. 8. The event is being held at the Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii in Hilo. HPA participants and their projects are, front row, from left: Kiawehokua Tarnas, “The Beetle Trapper”; Kyra Hartley, “Rebel Radishes”; Kealia Haitsuka, “Cleaning Up the Ocean!”; Melia Van Kirk, “The Truth About Deep Breathing”; Gillian Winston, “Smartphone Radiation Reduction”; and Chavis Arafiles, “Retainer No Brainer.” Back row, from left; Hayden Virtue, “Organic Pesticides to Deter Pests on Eggplant”; Corey Patton-Lossner, “Temperature Rebound”; and Devyn Harmon “How Do Different Detergents Used In Graywater Affect Marigold Growth?” (PHOTO COURTESY OF HPA FOR NHN)

Nine Middle School students from Hawaii Preparatory Academy have been invited to participate in the East Hawaii District Science and Engineering Fair on Saturday, Feb. 8. The event is being held at the Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii in Hilo. HPA participants and their projects are, front row, from left: Kiawehokua Tarnas, “The Beetle Trapper”; Kyra Hartley, “Rebel Radishes”; Kealia Haitsuka, “Cleaning Up the Ocean!”; Melia Van Kirk, “The Truth About Deep Breathing”; Gillian Winston, “Smartphone Radiation Reduction”; and Chavis Arafiles, “Retainer No Brainer.” Back row, from left; Hayden Virtue, “Organic Pesticides to Deter Pests on Eggplant”; Corey Patton-Lossner, “Temperature Rebound”; and Devyn Harmon “How Do Different Detergents Used In Graywater Affect Marigold Growth?” (PHOTO COURTESY OF HPA FOR NHN)