Kinsella School 5th Grader is National Invention Convention Finalist

Kinsella School 5th Grader is National Invention Convention Finalist

Kinsella Magnet School of Performing Arts 5th grader,  Niranjan Kumar is a 2019 National Invention Convention finalist.

He will present on Wednesday, May 29th to judges and conclude with the award ceremony on Friday, May 31st at the US Nationals event, organized and hosted by The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan. The venue for Nationals is the exciting, innovative Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan which he will be representing Kinsella Magnet School of the Performing Arts and our district.

He is currently a 5th grade student in Heather Dinnald’s science class and an amazing creator who thinks outside the box. His invention has followed the engineering process and is aligned with NGSS standards. We are excited to see the results of this wonderful opportunity to follow his development.

For more information, please contact:

Heather Dinnald, 5th Grade Science Teacher
Kinsella Magnet School of the Performing Arts