K-5 Science Fair Information

Elementary science competition will end at the regional/state competition, while middle and high school students can compete at the state and international levels. Tell your students to keep working hard to build their science portfolio. 

 
Each science fair project must consist of a student-led scientific investigation (following accepted scientific methods) and a display to present the investigation results to judges and other science fair attendees.
 
Students should follow their school’s science fair guidelines when investigating and presenting their science fair projects. 
 
Schools are prohibited from allowing students to experiment with molds or bacteria of any kind without written permission from the District Science Coordinator, as these can be particularly hazardous to student health.  
 
Models, including volcanoes or robots, will not be accepted as experiments. 
 

ALL NEEDED parent and student packets and information will be distributed from schools. 

Keep in Mind Parents are encouraged to guide students but not build the project. Remember, a good project is planned and developed over a period of time.

 
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