director: Mrs. Natalie Kee
fax (330) 823-8531
Use the information on this page to make sure your project is ready for the District 13 Science Fair. The first thing you should do is check out the Science Fair Workbook (link on the right under "Important Links" section), a collection of resources compiled for all District 13 participants and their parents.
Science Research Projects can seem a little overwhelming at first. The best thing you can do is have a clear vision of your project and a well-developed timeline to help you manage your work.
Steps for Completing a Science Research Project
Please view the resources on this page and accompanying pages with your child. A Science Research Project is a major undertaking and can quickly become overwhelming to children. Help your child see the value in completing a Science Research Project by being an active participant in the process. Remember, though, that your child will be participating in the judging process and during that process it becomes readily apparent if a project has been completed by the child or the child's parents.
During judging, parents and families are not permitted in Bracy Hall. You may provide your own entertainment in the Alliance area. Students will be released for lunch, at which time you can reconnect with them. You are welcome to join participants for lunch in the Mount Union Dining Hall by purchasing a ticket in the Bracy Hall Lobby the morning of Science Day.
Parents and families are welcomed and encouraged to attend the Awards Ceremony. Cameras and video recording are permitted as well!
February 7, 2014: Last day to submit request to participate in District 13 Science Fair if outside District 13 (see District Fair page for more info)
February 21, 2014: Online participant registration closes; all fees and project forms due
February 28, 2014: Online judge and volunteer registration closes
March 8, 2014: District 13 Science Day at the University of Mount Union
May 10, 2014: State Science Day at The Ohio State University