Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad
Will be held at
Pioneer High School,
Ann Arbor, Michigan
On Saturday, May 30th, 2015.
The format of competition will include a schedule where teams compete by Grade Level over a 3-4 hour time period. Each Grade Level will have it’s own culminating Awards Ceremony. Exact times of schedule to be announced.
Please watch the blog for updates to events
and information you might have missed.
OPEN POSITIONS FOR KEY VOLUNTEERS
We have 1 - 3 slots open for the following key volunteer positions:
1. Co-supervisor for Circuit Wizardry
2. Co-supervisor for In Bloom
3. Co-supervisor for On Target
4. Co-supervisor for Pasta Bridge
5. Co-supervisor for Puff Mobile
6. Co-supervisor for Water Rockets
7. Open Event coordinator - Life Sciences
8. Open Event coordinator - Physics
9. Open Event coordinator - Chemistry
10. Open Event coordinator - Other Science / Math fields
11. Volunteer coordinator
12. Academic Check-in coordinator
Please click on titles above to link to the job description / guidelines posted for the above positions for details.
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Rationale that the WESO Board used to select events for 2015
Your WESO Board Members:
Olympiad Code of Conduct
Student participants are expected to compete in tournament events with an honest effort to follow the rules and the spirit of the competition. The goal of the competition is to give one’s best effort while displaying honesty, integrity and sportsmanship. Students, coaches, parents and guests are expected to display courtesy and respect toward Olympiad officials, other teams and guests of the Olympiad. Failure to show honesty and/or courtesy by a participant, coach, parent or guest of the team may result in the disqualification of the team from the event, the entire tournament or future tournaments.
Statement of Non-discrimination
No person shall be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any educational program or activity available in any school on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, creed, political belief, age, national origin, linguistic and language differences, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, height, weight, marital or familial status, or disability.
What this means is that you may include any student on your Science Olympiad team as long as they compete at her/his grade level. Each student counts as one team member.
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