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Ruskin Science Fair - 2020

Ruskin 2020 Science Fair Top of Page

We hope you had a wonderful time viewing all of the wonderful and creative science projects.  We had 437 projects submitted!  Great job to all who worked so hard on your project!  

2020 Ruskin Science Fair Documents (PDFs)Top of Page

The following documents are PDFs and you will need Adobe Acrobat to read them.
If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, please download it here: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader.html.
 
 
Please print/turn in the Science Fair Board Ticket only when you are done with your experiment and are ready to receive the Science Fair Board to assemble your display.

Ruskin's 2020 "Science-O-Rama" Science Fair TimelineTop of Page

 January 22 Science Fair School Assemblies
 February 3 Science Fair participation slip distributed to students
 February 26            Science Fair 101 Presentation for parents at 6pm in the Multi
 March 26 Last day to pick up display board after school from the Science Lab
 March 31
Check in projects at your classroom starting at 7:45am and bring to
the Ruskin Multipurpose Room.  
 April 1
Take late projects to the Science Lab for sign in - do not take the
project directly to the multipurpose room.  No projects accepted after this date.
 April 1
Ruskin Science Fair opens to viewing by the students, parents
and community during the Ruskin Open House.  
 April 3 All science projects taken home
 
 

Science Fair 101 PresentationTop of Page

Some students may look to their parents for guidance in designing a science project. If you have little or no experience developing a science project, the Science Fair 101 presentation might help. 

Science Fair 101 demonstrates the science project basics for parents. The presentation is FREE, lasts around 30-45 minutes, is held in the evening and is appropriate for grades K-6.
 
Science Fair 101, presented by the Synopsys Outreach Foundation, will be held on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 from 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm in the Ruskin Multipurpose Room.  All interested parents are welcome. Please mark your interest on the Science Fair Participation Slip so we can get a general estimate of attendees.


    Ruskin Acknowledges the Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Outreach Foundation!Top of Page

    Ruskin Elementary School would like to acknowledge the Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Outreach Foundation for their generous support of the Ruskin Science Fair.  The Foundation, headquartered in Mountain View, champions activities and programs that enhance science and math education. The Foundation’s Science-O-Rama program provides support for high school and middle school science fairs. The Foundation is also a sponsor of the regional science fair, “The Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Championship."
     
    The Synopsys Outreach Foundation supports the Ruskin Science Fair at the elementary school level. They are providing Ruskin Elementary School with display boards, ribbons and a grant for science project-related costs.

    Thank you, Synopsys Silicon Valley Science and Technology Outreach Foundation!