The Science Olympiad National Tournament provides many collaborative activities between organizations committed to advancing the opportunity for all students to excel in the STEM fields.

 

The 2016 Science Olympiad National Tournament organizers are proud to have partnered with Xcel Energy to power the three-day tournament on renewable wind energy. For a decade now Xcel Energy has been ranked the No. 1 utility wind energy provider in the country by the American Wind Energy Association.

 

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NORTHWEST WISCONSIN SCIENCE OLYMPIAD EXPANSION PROGRAM FOR HIGH-NEED SCHOOLS

 

Wisconsin Science Olympiad is fortunate to be able to partner with the 3M Foundation to expand the involvement of Wisconsin High-Need schools in Science Olympiad. The program offers $1000 to new schools to launch Science Olympiad teams who will partner with experienced Science Olympiad coach mentors. The teams will have the opportunity to participate in regional science olympiad tournaments leading to the State Tournament and the National Tournament at UW-Stout in 2016. The participating teams will be included in many of the activities associated with the exciting National Science Olympiad Tournament. The program is open to middle school and high school teams. 

 

DATES AND ACTIVITIES

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Kick-Off Meeting - October 6, 2015 UW-Stout 10am - 2 pm
Coaches Clinic November 7, 2015
Boyceville Invitational Tournament December 5, 2015
Menomonie Regional February 27, 2016 Menomonie High School
Wisconsin State Tournament April 1-2, 2016, UW-Stout
National Tournament May 19-21, 2016 UW-Stout

New coaches will be paired with experienced Science Olympiad coaches in the region to collaborate on developing successful Science Olympiad teams. Training will be provided at the Kick-Off Meeting and the Coaches Clinic. Science Olympiad has proven to be a very successful way to engage students and communities in STEM activities that lead to tremendous impacts on student learning and career development. 

For more info, contact:

Shelley Lee, STEM Outreach, UW-Stout
leeshe@uwstout.edu