IT’S TIME FOR THE SOUTH LAKE STEM FAIR!
Calling All Scientists, Tech Minds, Mathematicians, and Engineers!
Do you like to solve mysteries? Have you ever wondered how something works? Do you like to build things? Do you love animals and want to learn more about them? Are you an inventor? Then the South Lake High STEM Fair on November 28th is just for you!
The STEM Fair is a chance for you to investigate and explore a topic that is interesting to you. Read through the South Lake High STEM Fair information listed on Ms. Brough’s Teacher Page on the South Lake High School website, choose the type of project you would like to do and then bring your STEM Fair Registration Forms (3) and project proposal form and typed plan to Flight Academy, Room 217 by October 7th.
WHO: All Students: 9th through 12th Grade
WHEN: November 27th through December 1st all day. Students will set up their projects the morning of November 27th, projects are on display all week during school hours, then on Thursday, November 30th there will be an open viewing of student projects for friends and family from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Students will take their projects home at 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: The South Lake High Media Center
HOW: Choose a project and get started right away. Go to “STEM FAIR” section the Ms. Brough’s Teacher Page on the South Lake High Website to read about different types of projects you can do. Fill out the entry form and bring it to the office by October 7th. Bring your project to the Media Center between 7-7:20 a.m. on November 27th. PLEASE do not remove your project before 7:30 p.m. on November 30th.
WHY: Because it’s fun and you will learn about something that interests YOU!
Remember, you can’t rush good science, so PLAN AHEAD!
*For more information and all forms, please go to https://www.lake.k12.fl.us/Page/51238 or see Ms. Brough in the Flight Academy, Room 217. Thank you!
STEM Fair Resources
STEM Fair Categories
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
STEM education is designed to promote hands-on learning to increase student engagement, interest, and achievement in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Students prepare for college and careers through problem-based learning with an emphasis on 21st Century Skills.