Science Fair at Stough

6 - 8 pm Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Science Fair Family Fun Night!

The entire Stough Community is invited to attend our Science Fair Family night from 6:00-8:00 pm on the night of Tuesday, May 5th. All of the wonderful projects will be on display at that time. There will also be some hands-on science activities for everyone to participate in.

Bring the whole family for some snacks and a great night of fun with Science! In the side parking lot, Dang Good Dogs will be selling hot dogs and other items starting at 5:45. For a sweet treat, ice cream will be served - FREE - in the cafeteria. Come join the fun!

Calling all young scientists!

All K - 5 students are encouraged to participate by working on a science project at home, and displaying it proudly at the fair for the world to see. Please see the follow link for more details: http://stoughelementary.oursciencefair.com/SchoolHome.aspx. Let's investigate it!

Register to participate!

All young scientists wishing to display a project at the fair must register through this online form. All participants will earn a ribbon. Top Science Fair projects in 3 - 5 will be awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Create an awesome project today!

Volunteers needed!

A big event like the science fair wouldn't be possible without the help of numerous volunteers. We have all kinds of different jobs to be done, so if think you can spare an hour or two on the day of the fair, we would love your help. Click this link to Volunteer Today! If you have questions, please contact us.

Projects should be student driven.

Project ideas should come from the students, and the project should be driven by them. Parents should use their best judgment in deciding when to get involved, such as when there is a potential safety issue. This worksheet will help guide in completing the Science Fair project. Science Fair Worksheet

Need help choosing a topic?

When it comes to choosing a topic, the sky is the limit! What have you wondered about? The best topics come from your own genuine curiosity about how something works, or why something is the way that it is. But if you have trouble thinking of something on your own, click here for project ideas and other helpful links: Science Fair Project Ideas

Rules and Guideline

Science Fair General Rules, Experiment Guidelines, and Project Display Guidelines can be found by clicking here: Rules and Guidelines. Please be sure and review the rules and guidelines for your science fair project. Be Safe and Have Fun!

Project Display drop-off schedule

Science Fair projects should be at school no later than 10:00 am on Monday, May 4. Participants may bring their projects to their classrooms starting Thursday, April 30. (Please leave projects in the classroom until given a display location.)

Title 1 PAC Night

While at the Science Fair, don't forget to stop by the Title 1 Interventionist Booth and attend the Information Night for parents. We will answer questions and provide information on how you can work with you child at home to increase reading comprehension. We will also have a 'Make and Take' activity --- Design your own bookmark! A free book will be given to all who attend!
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