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Wednesday, February 7, 2018 IN THE GYM/CAFETERIA

Each class will have an opportunity to attend the Science Fair during the school day. The whole family is invited to visit, open-house style, at the

“Scientists Reception” from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

As always, we’ll have special hands-on, interactive activities planned for everyone to enjoy!

Projects should be dropped off in the gym on: Wednesday, February 7th from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

                                                                                  Thursday, February 8th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

 Again this year we will have a "Traveling Trophy" for the K-3 classroom with the highest student participation.
Which class will win this year?!

Participation is required for 4th and 5th graders (no need to sign up).

If you have any questions, please feel free to call
Ann Najera at 248-274-9519 or Mary Clor at 248-798-3655
or you can contact us via the email link below:

If you are a K-3 student who plans on entering an exhibit please sign up using the SignupGenius form: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084aa4ae2aa3f49-2018

We need volunteers to make this event successful. To volunteer and help with lunch duty or the science fair go to: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0e4dacac29a31-2017

Contact Emails

North Hill Science Fair Rules and Regulations

The Science Fair is an excellent learning experience for all students. Participation is voluntary for grades K-3 but is required for 4th and 5th graders. Please keep in mind that some teachers may have specific guidelines that must be followed or met for the successful completion of the project.

All participants will be honored with a certificate. The K-3 classroom with the highest participation will be awarded with a special TROPHY to display in their classroom!

Size Requirements

In order to fit all of the projects in the space available, project displays should fit within the confines of a three-sided poster project board (1 ½ feet deep by 3 feet wide and available at office supply and craft stores).

To avoid possible damage to projects, parents are urged to transport participating children to school with the project. All projects should be taken home in the evening after the science fair.

Questions? Contact North Hill Science Team northhillscienceteam@gmail.com

Categories of Participation

Choose a topic to research/display (e.g., shells, type of animal etc.):

• Scientifically correct research
• Demonstrates a scientific topic that is neatly and imaginatively presented
• Shows an understanding of categories, order, etc.

Demonstrate how something occurs or works (e.g., solar system, volcano etc.):

• Scientifically correct research
• Demonstrates the scientific topic
• Neatly and creatively presented
• Understanding of categories, order, etc.

Be creative and have fun inventing something:

• An invention that solves a problem
• The model – or invention – should be well-designed and assembled
• Neatly and imaginatively presented and explained
• May include an “inventor’s log” detailing the process

Please include the following steps:

• Pose a Question
• Hypothesis (an educated answer to the question)
• List of materials (needed to conduct the experiment)
• Procedure (step-by-step process)
• Data (results)
• Conclusion (what do the results mean)
• The scientific process should be part of the display and/or in a journal that will be part of the display

IMPORTANT SAFETY RULESPlease observe these guidelines:

1. No matches, candles, lighters, burners, etc
2. No live animals are permitted. Consider using pictures, toys or stuffed animals
3. Projects with liquids must be sealed unless the liquid is plain water
4. Electrical outlets are extremely limited and will be provided on a first come, first serve basis.  Please contact northhillscienceteam@gmail.com to request one.