Lakeview Elementary PTA
is proud to announce
the 2021 Lakeview Science Fair
on Thursday, February 18th
This is an opportunity to get Kinder through 5th grade students actively involved in science, problem-solving, and critical thinking.
Lakeview is excited for the upcoming Science Fair on Thursday, February 18th. The science fair is for any student in K-5 grade.
Your student has the option to have their project (using the scientific method) judged or as a demonstration only. Students will upload the presentation of their projects to Flipgrid via the Flipgrid App or via https://flipgrid.com/. You will receive instructions on how to upload to Flipgrid when you register for the Science Fair. The videos must be uploaded by midnight on Wednesday, February 17th.
If you elected to not have your project judged, you do not need to bring your project to the school.
The projects will be completed outside of school. A parent’s or adult’s role is to encourage and guide.
Need Ideas? The best projects are often original, but please encourage your child to view some Science Fair Websites such as:
What is the QUESTION?
How did you RESEARCH?
What was the HYPOTHESIS?
How did you EXPERIMENT?
What was the DATA (Observations, Graphs, Pictures)?
What CONCLUSION did you find?
If you would like your project to be judged, the participant will be expected to have a display board highlighting their project and their scientific process. The project may be brought to school with your student the morning of February 18th or delivered to the school by 1:30 PM. Remote students should drop projects off in the front office no later than 1:30 pm. All projects must be set up no later than 3:00 All projects must be picked up by Friday, February 19th.
A panel of judges will review the projects and help choose 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each of the grade classifications. Students will not be present for judging. Prizes will be awarded for K-2nd and 3rd-5th grade. If students complete their project in a group, there will be only one prize.
Please be sure your student follows the guidelines which the judges will be using in their judging process.
Science Fair Details
The display must be self-standing. Tables will be provided. It may not lean on the table, wall or other projects. Tape may not be placed on walls or tables. The project display has about 3 feet of table space. Student Name and Grade Level should be placed in the center on the backside of the display board.
1. Projects that involve dangerous chemicals will be prohibited.
2. Projects that involve experimentation on, harm to, or endangerment of humans or vertebrates are
prohibited. They may, however, be observed in their natural environment. No live animals.
3. Projects involving blood or pathogenic agents are prohibited.
4. Projects involving weapons or explosives are prohibited.
5. Science fair director reserves the right to reject projects deemed inappropriate and remove items not in compliance.
6. Growing mold/bacterial cultures if prohibited
Looking forward to a successful 2021 Science Night Fair! Go Bobcats!
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