Beall Science Expo 2017

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Have you heard about the Beall PTA Science Expo? Scheduled for Thursday January 26, 2017 (snow date Jan 31), it's going to be an AWESOME EXPLOSION of SCIENCE!

Here’s how it works. The Beall gym gets turned over to our little Beall science enthusiasts for an evening of fun: each student who chooses to do a project (and who signs up ahead of time! gets an assigned space with room for a display board about some bit of SCIENCE that kid has done at home -- an experiment or exploration of a science phenomenon -- and everybody walks around to see the projects and share the awesome science stuff. You can expect magnets, sound waves, electricity, snow, plants, and lots of other super COOL stuff. Projects aren’t graded or judged, just shared with joy & enthusiasm.

Any Beall student who wants to can do a project, and everyone is invited to come to the Expo to see their work! 

Students can use this web form to sign up to present a project, and parents can volunteer here to help make the Expo happen.

IMPORTANT Upcoming dates:

Thursday, January 12: Sci Expo trifold display boards distributed for prepaid orders. (Late orders filled as received-send $4 to the office in a clearly marked envelope).

Friday, January 13: Last day to turn in Sci Expo project titles to the front office marked "attn: PTA/SCI EXPO"

OR

Monday, January 16: Last day to turn in Sci Expo project titles by e-mail to BeallSciExpo@gmail.com

Thursday, January 26: Beall PTA Science Expo 7:00 -8:15 pm. Participants arrive at 6:45 pm to set up projects. OPEN TO ALL ~ PLEASE COME! (Snow date Tuesday Jan 31.)

 

We need volunteers! Click --> Sign up to help! 

Questions? Thoughts? Another idea for a way you can help? Contact Kay Newhouse, PTA Sci Expo chair & mom to Stella in Mrs. Clagett’s class, at BeallSciExpo@gmail.com.

 

WHEN
January 26, 2017 at 6:45pm
WHERE
Beall Elementary School
CONTACT
Kay Newhouse ·

Will you come?







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