On Wednesday, May 8, TVHS held its annual Expo, a student project showcase in the atrium of SUNY Polytechnic Institute’s ZEN building. The expo was a great presentation of how hard TVHS students and teachers work to create dynamic, authentic projects in both the STEM and Humanities fields. The projects were created during classes from all disciplines throughout the school year. Students were asked to revise them, create a 90-second “elevator pitch” and a visual display.
After visiting student presentations, attendees voted for the best presentation in several categories.
This year’s winners are:
Best Overall Project – Food is Resistance
Mikayla Collingbourne, Sophia Haggerty, Alaina March, Rishita Nagothi, and Adeline Weatherwax
Best Humanities Project – The Anthropology of Climate Change
Brooklyn Darling, Macy Hayes, Killian Faulkner, and Benjamin Stewart
Best STEM Project – Capstone: Pet Finder App
Purevsuren Batdorj, Christopher Mahoney, Alexandra O’Keefe, and Lauryn Warner
Most Innovative Project – Renaissance Revival
Cayden Hobart, Ashlee Jensis and Mina Olsson