See an explosion of creative talent in this all-district science, technology, engineering, math and art event featuring science and art projects by students of all ages at the STEM Fair!
STEM Fairs give students the opportunity to model the work of professional research scientists. Students who develop science projects learn or improve their skills in scientific method and experimentation, logical thinking and problem-solving, writing and public speaking, and advanced library research. Students will present projects to science fair judges, with the top projects moving on to regional competition in March.
Each school will send first, second, and third place entries and two honorable mention entries per grade level at each school on to the District Science Fair. To ask questions or to volunteer for the Science Fair, please e-mail: Jennifer Peters
or Don Pruett