Science Olympiad

The Science Olympiad Regional Tournament allows students from local schools to participate in different science experiments to increase knowledge and appreciation in K-12 schools.
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Rob Pfaff

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2017 Science Olympiad Regional Tournament

Saint Joseph's College
February 25, 2017


2017 Science Olympiad Tournament Information


The 2017 Science Olympiad regional tournament is slowly coming together!  

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 usually near the bottom, although we seem to have convinced the system to move it to the top of the list until tournament time.  But individual links to schedules, policies, forms, etc., can be found there. 

As 2017 information is updated, left-side menu headers will read "2017".  Those that read "2016" are yet to be updated. The 2017 schedule of competition is now posted, as are permission and conduct forms.

We have not yet finalized the rooms for the competitive events, nor have we entirely sorted out the trial events.  But it's our hope that with the times of the competitive events, your teams can start planning in earnest.

 

 

 

QR Code access to the Indiana Science Olympiad website

 

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