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LCSD to Hold Meeting Regarding MOST Science & Engineering Fair
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 -
The Liverpool Central School District is proud to announce that more than 60 students in grades 4-12 participated in the MOST Build’em and Bust’em Bridges event on Saturday, November 10. Teams of students designed, constructed and competed against teams from other districts to see which bridge would withstand the most force before being destroyed. A special thank you to all the parents who acted as STEM coaches during this activity, and congratulations to all the students who took part in this event.
The district’s next STEM activity is just around the corner! There will be an informational meeting for students in grades 4-12 (and their parents) who are interested in participating in the Central New York Science and Engineering Fair. The informational meeting will be held November 29 in the Liverpool High School Cafeteria (4338 Wetzel Road) from 6 to 7 p.m.
Students who decide to participate in the CNY Science and Engineering Fair will work outside of school to complete their projects and will attend check-in nights where project content and safety will be assessed, progress on projects will be reviewed, and presentations will be practiced. Please note that this is an extremely competitive science fair and adheres to Intel International Science and Engineering Fair rules.
If you plan to attend the district’s meeting, please RSVP online.
The MOST Science and Engineering Fair will take place on Sunday, March 31, at the SRC Arena (Onondaga Community College campus). For more information visit the MOST Web site.
Lastly, LCSD students have been given the unique opportunity to attend a free screening of the award-winning National Geographic documentary SCIENCE FAIR on Friday, November 30, from 7 to 9:00 p.m. at Syracuse University’s Schine Student Center (304 ABC). This movie is 1.5 hours in length and follows nine high school students from around the globe as they make the journey to compete in the International Science and Engineering Fair.
To view the documentary’s trailer, visit the National Geographic Web site.
The Schine Student Center is located at 303 University Place, Syracuse. For more information about the screening, call (315) 443-4240.