Chenoweth sixth grader Dana Saeteurn tied for the top spot for her math and computer science project “Help Cat Find His Clarinet: How Sound Cues Affect a Visually Impaired Person’s Ability to Play Video Games” at the Second Annual Merced County STEM Fair on March 8 at the Merced County Fairgrounds.
Chenoweth sixth grader Dana Saeteurn tied for the top spot for her math and computer science project “Help Cat Find His Clarinet: How Sound Cues Affect a Visually Impaired Person’s Ability to Play Video Games” at the Second Annual Merced County STEM Fair on March 8 at the Merced County Fairgrounds. DYLAN MCMULLEN COURTESY MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
Chenoweth sixth grader Dana Saeteurn tied for the top spot for her math and computer science project “Help Cat Find His Clarinet: How Sound Cues Affect a Visually Impaired Person’s Ability to Play Video Games” at the Second Annual Merced County STEM Fair on March 8 at the Merced County Fairgrounds. DYLAN MCMULLEN COURTESY MERCED COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION