• 60th Annual Mathematics, Science, and Technology Fair

  • Welcome to the homepage of the 60th Annual Mathematics, Science, and Technology Fair! This fair represents one of the many longstanding traditions of our school. We appreciate your support and participation in this wonderful event! Please consult the Science Department's webpage and Mr. Geoghegan's blog for further information. 

     
    We have opened up the science fair so that any and all students may participate. Here are the categories for this year's fair:
     
    Illustrative/Research Projects projects answer a scientific question or process through research and illustration.  For example: the life cycle of a butterfly; how do bees make honey; our solar system; how the human circulatory system works.
     
    Inventions (Engineering Design/Technology Build) are solutions to problems that were developed using the steps of the Engineering Design Process.

    Controlled Experimental projects prove a theory through the use of the scientific method (question, hypothesis, experiment to collect data, conclusion). 
     
    Plant Science Controlled Experiment projects prove a theory related to plant growth and agriculture. This is a special category sponsored by the Williams Trading Post. 
     
    *** Please note: No live animals, peanut products, hazardous materials, or flames are allowed at the fair. ***
     
     
    Please check out the documents and resources to support our students in participating in our Mathematics, Science, and Technology Fair. Below you will see a series of helpful videos to assist you with various aspects of this project. 
     

    Grade 6: Illustrative/Research projects answer a scientific question or process through illustration.  For example: the life cycle of a butterfly; how do bees make honey; our solar system; how the human circulatory system works.  

Science Fair Documents