SCUSD students win at Synopsis Sacramento Regional STEM Fair

Sutter's Matt Stringer

Students from several Sacramento City Unified schools won awards at the Synopsis Sacramento Regional STEM Fair held April 1-3 at American River College.

The STEM fair is a 12-county science, technology, engineering and math competition for students in grades 6-12. Congratulations to the following students:


  • Behavior and Social Sciences — Second Place, Nicholas Wong, John F. Kennedy High School
  • Biological Sciences — Fourth Place, Nathan Smith, Sutter Middle School
  • Energy and Transportation — Second Place, Jacquelyn Davila, School of Engineering and Sciences
  • Engineering — Fifth Place, Owen Nordberg, Leonardo da Vinci K-8
  • Engineering — Fourth Place, Madeline Sellards, Nolan Leung and River Swanson, California Middle School
  • Engineering — Third place, Peter Milam and Gerardo Inzunza, School of Engineering and Sciences
  • Math and Computer Science — Honorable Mention, Lucas Dawson, Leonardo da Vinci K-8
  • Math and Computer Science — Fourth Place, Matthew Stringer, Sutter Middle School
  • Physical Sciences — Honorable Mention, Dinara Brown, Leonardo da Vinci K-8
  • Physical Sciences — Fifth Place, Delany Volker, Sutter Middle School
  • Physical Sciences — Fourth Place, Ava Grefrath, Sutter Middle School
  • Physical Sciences — Second Place, Madihah Masood, School of Engineering and Sciences
  • Physical Sciences — First Place, Sydney Walthall, C.K. McClatchy High School


  • ASM Materials Education Foundation Award — Madihah Masood
  • Association for Women Geoscientists Award — Madihah Masood
  • ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Award — Jacquelyn Davila
  • Office of Naval Research Naval Science Award — Matthew Stringer