STEAM Night & Art Walk 2018-19
Friday, May 3rd, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Science fairs allow students in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics to test their big ideas, learn something new and apply those skills to a topic that interests them, and may be show off a little.
Doing Science is key to understanding Science. Our school is holding its first Science Expo on Friday, May 3rd, and all students are invited and eligible to participate. Hands-on scientific investigation and invention are the focus at our Expo. Please choose a fun and safe experiment to do. Over a 4-week period, your child can design, test, analyze, and present a project that uses scientific methods to solve a problem.
Sky is the limit! Show us what a science wiz you are!
Download the list of all requirements here: STEAM Night rules-guidelines
1. All projects must be durable and safe.
2. If your project includes water or liquids, you MUST BRING YOUR OWN PAPER TOWELS and a tray to catch the liquids and clean up. Really messy projects are discouraged.
|3. Running water, drainage, gas, or compressed air will not be provided.|
|4. Electrical power is very LIMITED. Power outlets will be available on request filled in the entry form depending on availability.|
|5. Live animals, dangerous chemicals, open flames, projectiles and explosives may not be used.|
|6. Any project that is deemed unsafe or inhumane will not be displayed. This will be determined by the Science Expo committee.|
|7. Each project must be displayed with a summary of their research and project.|
|8. Projects must be the work of the individual student / students. Adult support is encouraged; however, the project should clearly reflect the students' own efforts.|