"It's just fun to see how the kids want to do all the things we do on a regular basis in high school chemistry," said junior Matthew Gugielmo. "It's something to look forward to."
The 550 high school students involved raised their own money for the two-day event, with T-shirt and entertainment book sales and the help of a grant from Pleasanton Partnerships In Education.
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