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Bret Harte Science Bowl

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On March 8, 2014, a team of eighth-grade students from Bret Harte Middle School won the Regional Championship of the 2014 California South/West Bay Area Regional Science Bowl held at National Hispanic University. The team of five students will represent their region in the National Science Bowl in Washington D.C. April 24-28, 2014.

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Science Bowl is an academic competition sponsored by the Department of Energy for middle and high school students that tests their knowledge, via a question and answer format, in biology, chemistry, Earth science, space science, physics, energy and math. Science Bowl teams from five counties and 28 schools completed in the South/West Bay Area Regional bowl. The Bret Harte team won all six round-robin competitions and went on to win all elimination rounds. They are the first team from San José Unified to win a Science Bowl competition.

The team prepared for the competition by reviewing their science textbooks over the summer and completing weekly practice drills led by their coach, Tian Lin. Members of the winning team are Timothy Yuan, Evan Leung, Jonathan Li, Bryant Nguyen and Mario Ruiz.

The next project for this team is to build an electric car model from scratch. The car will be used in the Electric Car Competition, which challenges students to design, build, and race battery-powered model cars. The Electric Car Competition, along with a day of round robin-style questioning, will be part of the National Science Bowl in April.


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