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 The Academy of Science - St.Louis Science Fair

Science-Technology-Engineering-Math

Inquiry-Based Learning at it's Best!

Welcome to the Fair

 

2016 Group on stage

 

COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT

SEE HOME PAGE FOR CURRENT INFORMATION AND DEADLINES

FOR 2020 ALL PROJECTS WILL BE SUBMITTED VIA THE E-FAIR OPTION

 

FOR THE SAFETY OF THE STUDENTS,

THERE WILL BE NO PHYSICAL PROJECTS THIS YEAR AT QUEENY PARK

 

Quick Reference  

School Registration

Open August 1, 2019 thru
January 21,2020


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# of Projects your school is allowed
to bring to the Fair (posted on website
under School Coordinator Dashboard)

Available on School
Coordinator Dashboard
after you register your
school.
 
Judge Registration COVID-19 UPDATE:  THE SCHOOL REQUIREMENT
FOR JUDGING IS WAIVED FOR 2020
 
Student Project Registration Open August 1, 2019 - April 28 2020  
You need to hold your school Fair
before this date
April 10, 2020 COVID-19 UPDATE.  CONTACT PEGGY JAMES NACKE
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE
 
E-Fair - download ppt and
word document log book
Open August 1, 2019 - April 28, 2020
 
Row & Position Number available
NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY
NO ROW AND POSITION
 
Project Drop Off at the Fair NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY
NO PROJECT DROP OFF
 
Judging ACADEMY OF SCIENCE WILL RECRUIT JUDGES FROM REGIONAL SCIENCE ORGANIZATIONS AND UNIVERSITIES (TEACHERS DO NOT NEED TO JUDGE IN 2020)
 
Open for Field Trips & project pick-up NONE - NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY PARK
 

Special Awards Ceremony
AWARDS WILL BE MAILED TO THE ADDRESS THAT STUDENT USED TO REGISTER THEIR PROJECT
 
RIBBON CERTIFICATES RIBBON CERTIFICATES WILL BE E-MAILED TO THE E-MAIL ADDRESS THAT THE STUDENT USED TO REGISTER THEIR PROJECT
 
NO PROJECTS AT QUEENY  

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General Information for Teachers and Schools

In order for your students to participate in The Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair, you need to:

  1. Register your school
    Each school that will send projects to The Academy of Science -  St. Louis Science Fair must register their school.  One teacher should represent your school and complete the on-line registration.
  2. Confirmation
    Once you have successfully registered your school, you are able to sign in at any time and view your school information on the web, and edit if need be.  Click here to log in to your school coordinator dashboard.

  3. # of Spaces for your School

  4. When you register your school, you request a certain number of spots.  Most schools will request 5 to 25 depending on the size of your school.  Usually we can honor all requests; however, there only 1,800 available spots at Queeny Park.  If the total request is over 1,800 we sometimes have to cut back a few spots for some schools.  School Coordinators who register the schools will be notified by e-mail if we need to make an adjustment.

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Judges
COVID-19 UPDATE - JUDGE REQUIREMENT WAIVED FOR 2020. 

Tip - click here for judging rubrics - make sure students have a copy as they prepare their project for the fair.

 

 

  1. Student Project Registration

    Red Ribbon
  2. Each school that registers for The Academy of Science -  St. Louis Science Fair will receive the number of projects that they can bring to the Fair and a school password to be used by their students when they register their projects. Available on the School Coordinator Dashboard after you register your school.






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    2. Number of students on a project:  students in Grades K-4 may enter as a class project.  Students in Grades 6-12 may participate individually or work in groups of up to 3.

    3. Password:  The system will recognize your school password and will allow your allocated number of projects to be registered. (Note:  you can view the number of student projects allowed for your school and the school password at the 'SCHOOL COORDINATOR DASHBOARD' found on the drop down menu under schools after you register your school.)

    • Registration:  The students who are going to compete at Queeny Park at the Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair need to register their project on-line.
      • Students may not submit more than one project.  (For example, if a student completes 2 projects, they may only submit one to the K-12 Fair.  If a student completes a project as part of a team, they may not also submit an individual project.  Honors Divison students in addition to the Honors Division competition in February, you will bring your project to Queeny to be placed in the special Honors Section, you may not also submit a different project in the K-12 Fair.  These rules apply to e-fair submission as well)
      • Student project registration will open August 1, 2019 through April 28, 2020
      • Tip: Students registering projects will need school password and will need student name (if team project, names of all team members), home contact information, school name, project title, project type (i.e. experiment, observation, etc), project grade level and project category (i.e. Chemistry Dental, etc.),  e-mail address and sequence number)

        • Tip:  click here for judging rubrics - make sure students have a copy as they prepare their project for the fair.

      1. E-Fair - COVID-19 UPDATE - ALL students participating in the e-fair option need to register and download their powerpoint and word doc log book by April 28, 2020. 

  3. SAFETY FORM

    Click here for Safety Form - ALL projects need a signed safety form - worth 10 points! COVID-19 UPDATE - SCAN AND UPLOAD WITH LOGBOOK SIGNED SAFETY FORM

Awards


Amount: Close to $40,000 in scholarships and awards will be presented to students with top projects.  COVID-19 UPDATE:  awards will be mailed to the address that the student used to register their project.
Ribbon certificates are presented to all.COVID-19 UPDATE - will be e-mailed to the e-mail address that the student used to register their project


2019 SF Happy Girl

Who: Check the home page on Tuesday, May 5, 2020 to see ribbon placement and awards announcement.

 

 

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Students in Grades 9-12 self-select in with teacher recommendation. Students who have completed collegiate level projects are eligible for the Honors Division which will be held February 28-29, 2020.  Click here for Honors Division key facts, registration forms. For the Honors Division, the school does not need to register.  Students register individually to compete in the Honors Division.
 
Questions
Contact:
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Fair Director, Academy of Science - St. Louis Science Fair 314-533-8291
peggyn (at) academyofsciencestl.org
 
 
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