Fresno County science fair winners honored

The Fresno BeeMarch 20, 2014 

The winners of the 61st annual Central California Regional Science, Mathematics and Engineering Fair were announced Thursday.

The top four winners of the fair were: George Morgan, a junior from Clovis North High School; Natalie White, a sixth-grader from Sanger Unified's Quail Lake Environmental Charter; Tyler Robertson, a 7th grader from Clovis' Kastner Intermediate; and Serena Tang, an 8th grader from Clovis' Granite Ridge Intermediate.

Those students will go on to represent Fresno County’s regional fair at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, which will be held in Los Angeles May 11-16. The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair is the world’s largest pre-college science competition for students in grades 9-12.

About 650 students in grades 6-12 competed in the fair to take home ribbons, medals and trophies.

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