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Middle School Science Night

All middle school students are presenting their science research projects and results with those in attendance. This event is open to the public, and we invite you all to join us in celebrating science and our students’ efforts to create authentic research projects.

Students are prepared to showcase their interests in the form of display and explanation. This event gives them an opportunity to further prepare themselves and their projects for the higher level competition that comes at the district level and the state level, always reaching to qualify for the national competition in early 2023. The judges’ feedback provides specific ideas for clarification and improvements to be made as they progress through each level. Their research covers a broad spectrum of topics, with a few very intriguing themes. 

A few of the topics are mentioned here: 

  • Does the brain process words or colors more efficiently?
  • Does color of fabric have an impact on the speed of flammability?
  • Do memory and IQ have any correlation?
  • What pH is ideal for algal growth?
  • At what place in a school would you encounter the most bacteria?
  • What method of filtering/purification of water from a river is most effective?

If you have a science background, a career in any science-related field, or a strong interest in science, we encourage you to join our panel of judges.

Public viewing will be held from 6:00 PM- 6:30 PM. Judging will be from 6:30 PM- 7:30 PM. Additional public viewing will be from 7:30 PM- 8:00 PM

Questions? Send us an email