The library hosted the Sophomore Symposium this week where the Top 10 finalists shared their presentations on a variety of topics:
Kaitlyn D. – The Benefits of the Mental Health Court
Aarushi R – Multi-Cancer Detection Blood Test Galleri
William H. – Artificial Intelligence and Its Uses in Healthcare,
Luke S. – The Effects of Climate Change on the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
Gulzar S. – Farm to Fork
E R. – Mental Health in Transgender Youth
Mia C. – To Bee or Not to Bee
Grace Z. – Chinese-American Conservatives
Imani C. The Math and Science behind 2D Character Animation
Katie E. – Changes in the Vietnamese Language Over Time
Congratulations to the winners Mia, Grace, Imani, and everyone who presented!
Later this week, Ms. Melinson worked with Mr. Hobbs’ eighth-grade history class to learn about misinformation. Students learned about lateral reading vs. horizontal reading and the important of checking where their information comes from as well as fake news and deep fakes.
Last week, Sage brought her magnificently fuzzy cat to the library for another visit. Just look at that majestic floof!