Science Night

Wolf's Crossing Science Night 2019

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Wolf's Crossing Science Night is for the whole family!

Wolf’s Crossing Elementary School is holding its 7th Annual Science Night on Thursday, April 18, 2019, from 6pm–8pm. This event is sponsored by the PTA and is supported by teachers, staff, and parents.

Science Night is an evening with Hands-on STEM activities for the whole family, as well as our traditional Wolf's Crossing Student Science Fair.

Hands-on STEM Activities

Enjoy hands-on STEM activities from Chasewood Learning and Oswego East High School Science National Honor Society, including LEGO robotics, engineering, programming, as well as build your own Lego creation.

Also, back this year is the Starlab Planetarium! Step into the portable planetarium to see the night skies, constellations, and learn about the solar system!

Snacks and beverages will also be on sale!

Science Fair


Click on the Register button to begin registration for your student

Participation in the Science Fair is open to all Wolf’s Crossing students in grades K-5. This project is an optional, at-home enrichment activity. The purpose of the fair is to encourage interest in science, to help students develop organization, problem-solving, research and time management skills, but most of all to have fun with science!

  • Students, with the help of parents, will design and conduct a science experiment to find the answer to a question or problem, then create an exhibit to display at the Science Fair on Science Night 2019.
  • Students should be prepared to briefly discuss their project with judges and answer questions; however, formal presentations are not required. Faculty and personnel from District 308, Wolf’s Crossing Elementary School, and High School students will serve as judges.
  • Students may submit a project with a partner (only two students per project). Partners may be of different grades/classrooms. Judging of joint projects will be based on highest grade level of partners.
  • Each project will be given an assigned space on a table. Students should use standard size tri-fold boards for their display.
  • A parent or chaperone must accompany each participant.
  • Each student will receive a Science Fair medal for participation. A Certificate of Achievement, based on judges scoring, will be award to top entries from each grade.
  • The PTA is awarding a prize for the most outstanding project. More details to come!
  • Click on the link below to download the 2019 Student Guidelines:

Science Fair Schedule

5:15 PM - 6:00 PM Student check-in and set-up of science project project displays

6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Judging of science fair projects

6:00 PM - 8:00PM Science Night open to the public

What science project should I do?

If you would like help selecting a project, please check your local or school library, or refer to the following resources:

STEM Education - Why It's Important in Elementary Education

In recent years, there has been a lot of buzz about STEM education, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math. More and more, business leaders, educators, industry leaders, and even the leader of this country, are emphasizing the importance of a STEM educated workforce on the future economic success of the US. Studies projected that by 2018, over 8 million jobs will require a work force with a Stem based college education.

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