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Vansville STEM Fair
Vansville is very excited to be having our annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fair.


The 6th Annual STEM Fair will be on Tuesday, February 11th. All projects must be in the building by Monday, February 10 at 8:00am. Late projects will not be able to participate, there will be no exceptions.

Additional Important Dates:

Parent Information Night: Learn the expectations for a successful project.
Tuesday, November 5th

Make and Take Night
Teachers will be available to help piece together science boards and answer any last minute questions. The school will also provide construction paper, scissors, glue, letters for the title and the computer lab will be available.
Tuesday, January 28th.

Who is involved? Everyone!Students in grades 3-6 must complete an individual project; K-2 students will complete a project in class. However, if you would like your K-2 student to complete an individual project they are welcome and encouraged to do so.

What is a STEM fair project?A STEM fair project requires students to complete a scientific investigation using the scientific method. Students will complete research, develop a question, create a hypothesis, conduct an investigation, and draw conclusions based on their investigation. Students may complete a project related to science, technology, engineering or math.

Additional Information
The links below will provide you with important information related to the fair, including ideas, specific requirements, a sample time line, activities to clarify and teach different portions of the project
Helpful Websites

Important Documents

- includes a parent handbook, copies of the student journal, judging criteria, and a sample time line

What exactly is the STEM fair?

Contact Information