FISKE PTO SCIENCE FAIR
Thursday, March 22, 2018
INFORMATION ABOUT THE 2018 SCIENCE FAIR
Cu-WHOO-rious about science? All students in Grades 2-5 are invited to become Fiske scientists and take part in the 2018 school science fair!
The Fiske School PTO hosts the annual Science Fair where students share enthusiastically share their creative scientific explorations! The Fiske Community has been extremely supportive of the Science Fair, with an amazing number of young scientists participating each year:
- 2017: 176 scientists
- 2016: 228 scientists
- 2015: 230 scientists
- 2014: 226 scientists
Please encourage your Fiske student to be part of the 2018 FISKE SCIENCE FAIR, which will take place in the school gym on Thursday, March 22 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
Icky-Squishy Science on January 25: We will jump start the science fair “season” with an exciting show at the January 25 all-school meeting by Jessica Garrett. Ms. Garrett is a former science & math teacher and has written a book about science experiments that may be helpful for anyone needing science project inspiration:
Project help on February 5: If your Fiske scientist is stumped for a project idea, encourage her/him to come to a project help session in the school library. Lexington High School students will help Fiske students brainstorm and think through project ideas and Ms. Kishpaugh will have books on various science topics available for checkout.
Science fair registration due by February 16: https://goo.gl/forms/6460f9gfsfAyGMeU2
Science fair project titles due by March 2: https://goo.gl/forms/c4WuGtGGnKbA0I2j2
All science projects should be done at home, taking care to always be safe!
No animals should be harmed.
A display is a nice way to show your science project work, but please keep it within a 36” width.
Please do not bring food, live animals or latex products to the science fair.
Other helpful resources:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- What is the Scientific Method
- Display Tips -- how to create your project display
If you have any questions about the science fair or would like to help out, please contact: