Science Olympiad

2016 Science Olympiad Regional Tournament

Saint Joseph's College
February 13, 2016


2015 Science Olympiad Tournament Information


Thank you to all the teams, their students, coaches, and parents, for making the 2015 regional tournament a success!  Mother Nature did not cooperate, but we all made do.  Medals and trophies earned by teams that needed to depart before the awards ceremony will be sent soon.  One of the advantages of being located just to the south of the lake effect snow belt is that our activities, with the exception of Bottle Rocket, went on as planned (though with the occasional hickup), but we understand that many of our teams had to travel into the snow area.  Advancing teams should all have been notified and sent the appropriate letters of invitation.  

All the descriptive materials for our tournament can be retrieved using the left column menu on our webpages.  Since the menu is an alphabetical listing of College clubs and student activities, Science Olympiad is near the bottom.  But individual links to schedules, policies, forms, etc., can be found there. 

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