62 students constructed 25 Rube Goldberg projects in teams from 1 to 4.
Entire families attended other Tech Day events including a coding school, air rockets, catapults and slingshots
369 students submitted 281 Life and Physical Science Projects, plus approximately 150 students participated in 8 class projects. This is almost 30% more projects than 2015.
Over 479 students visited the science fair Wednesday and Thursday to view the projects, more than double last year!
Total cash awards are $4,450 in prize money this year, almost double last year! This does not include participation rewards provided by Costeaux Bakery to every student and Honorable Mention Prizes provided by The Wurst.
Almost $8,000 was donated by local individuals and organizations to provide cash awards and prizes
4 teams of two judges returned Wednesday to interview all the first place winners to determine Best of Group and Best of Show winners, which will be announced tonight!
Unfortunately, the 2020 Science Fair has been cancelled.