Due to the state mandate to keep schools closed for the remainder of this academic year, all extracurricular activities are canceled until further notice. We hope you enjoyed being a part of the Science Fair and have some great memories. Keep working hard on your school assignments and stay strong!
Science Fair is an opportunity for intermediate school, middle school and high school students to create a self guided investigation. Many students choose to conduct projects in areas they are interested in but may not be the focus of their current science class (some examples are forensics or microbiology). Other students choose to investigate areas they may be considering for a major in college and eventually a career. We also have many students who are involved in science fair because they are naturally curious about the world in which we live.
Science fair is extracurricular and self guided. Students are given a timeline of due dates in September/October and they are responsible to keep their experiment moving along in a timely manner. Our science staff provides assistance when asked but science fair is designed to be primarily student directed. Dr. Martin English is willing to work with our students and parents to assist when needed.
Science Fair Days is not really a club, but rather an opportunity to explore science and compete academically at a higher level.
Contact information for Brad Koopman and Karl Stanbery
2020-21 Science Fair Information
Please see your science teacher if you are interested in Science Fair.
They will direct you to Mr. Koopmanor Mr. Stanbery's room.
Please see www.ohioumvsd.com for Miami County schedule and information.
Topic Categories & Subcategories
ISEF Student Project Forms
Research Plan & Topic Form
Science Day Standards
A Scientific Method Sample
Why Science Fair
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Last Modified on April 29, 2020