Science Olympiad

It’s not too early to get ready for the Science Olympiad in May.
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It’s not too early to get ready for the Science Olympiad in May.

It’s not too early to get ready for the Science Olympiad in May. The Science Olympiad is a competitive tournament like an academic track meet that examines different aspects of science. The home page of this nationwide competition explains how to get your school in on the fun of the competition. There are resources available that provide materials for the competition, the rules manuals, information about the Olympiad that is geared just toward elementary students, along with videos, teaching manuals, and student manuals. Access your state’s Science Olympiad website to find out where workshops are being held, what schools are participating, and where and when regional tournaments will be held as a run-up to the national tournament. Find out how to invigorate your science program and get students and families excited about STEM disciplines while preparing for science tournaments.

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