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New Ward's Science Olympiad Kits Arrive in September!

2016 Kits for new events will be available in September. Students, coaches and supervisors can prep smarter and faster for tournaments with a variety of exclusive practice kits designed to match Science Olympiad events. 2015 Competition Kits In Stock for events from last year's 2014-2015 Competition Season, great for discovery, classroom use or summer workshops: 

$25,000 Finalists Announced in Discovery Education 3M YSC

2015 Top 10 Finalists have been announced! Science Olympiad team member Sanjana Shah from JFK Middle School in Cupertino, CA, is one of the Top 10, and three other finalists hail from schools with Science Olympiad programs: Joaquin Miller MS in San Jose, CA, Collegiate School in New York, NY, and Henderson University School in Boca Raton, FL. Good luck to all in the Top 10!

Fight Hunger! DuPont Pioneer Matching Grant Challenge Open thru 6/30!

Aiming to raise $10,000 to fight hunger, Science Olympiad and DuPont Pioneer launched the "It's Good To Be Smart, and It's Smart To Be Good" program in conjunction with the 31st Annual National Tournament at the University

Science Olympiad Urban Schools Initiative

Chicago Public Schools and Science Olympiad are proud to enter the 8th year of the Urban Schools Initiative (USI) program for 2014-2015, with more than 30 middle and high schools represented. "After participating in Science Olympiad and winning two medals at the Regional Tournament, I decided I wanted to major in science," said a member of the Steinmetz High School Science Olympiad team. She went on to major in biology at Northeastern Illinois University!

New Resources from NOAA and Science Olympiad

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has teamed up with Science Olympiad to provide in-depth and up-to-date resources for Meteorology and Dynamic Planet. As a new feature on their education website, NOAA has created a dedicated page for Science Olympiad with multimedia links, lessons, activities, real-world data and career profiles. For 2014-2015, NOAA (with support from the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation) will act as the official sponsor for the Meteorology event, providing teacher training, educational resources and multimedia content development.

2015 DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition

The DuPont Challenge Science Essay Competition encourages students in Grades 6-12 to get to the edge of scientific discovery by writing about a technological or scientific development on the topics of food, energy, protection or innovation. Essays can be submitted until 1/31/15 with winners announced in April 2015. Grand prize winners receive cash awards plus expenses-paid trips to Walt Disney World in Orlando!  See the DuPont Challenge website for more information.

Maker Faire/MAKER Camps

Organized by MAKE Magazine, makezine.com and craftzine.com, Maker Faire brings together science, art, craft and engineering plus music in a fun, energized, and exciting public forum. The aim is to inspire people of all ages to roll up their sleeves and become makers. These family-friendly events showcase the amazing work of all kinds of makers - anyone who is embracing the DIY spirit and wants to share their accomplishments/creations with an appreciative audience.

Texas Instruments Workshops for Teachers

Technical Problem Solving webinar 9/23/14 -

Army ROTC and Science Olympiad Join Forces

Science Olympiad is thrilled to welcome its founding sponsor, Army ROTC, back into the fold!

Air Force at the 2014 National Tournament

Air Force Recruiting Service recognizes that Science Olympiad team members embody many of the core principles that make a great leader, and presented the two gold medal winners of the MagLev event at the 2014 Science Olympiad National Tournament with $1,000 college scholarships, as they have done annually since 2011. A former Science Olympiad competitor now serving in the Air Force said, "Science Olympiad gave me an opportunity to develop my scientific and engineering mind so when I went to college and eventually on to my military career, I was a better prepared individual."<

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