STEM Summer Camps Info Spreadsheet

Due to popular demand we have created a spreadsheet listing the basic information (who can apply, when to apply, fee, etc.) of the summer programs we discussed in our previous meeting and we have also included the website for each summer program where you can find more details about the program.
You can find the spreadsheet on our website or you can go to https://tinyurl.com/scisummer19.

Science Bowl Tryouts Signups

Science bowl tryouts will be held on 9/27/18 THURSDAY in Room 302 (Mr. Leung’s room) 3:35 – 4:35. This is round 1 of the tryouts (there are three rounds in total) and anyone is welcome to try out. The test is 100 questions long and covers all fields of science. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in trying out. The form closes on the 9/26/18 at 3:30 PM.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3GnEF3q_CzpAer7P0tRjv3R3zcGJq5FD0FB5_c-pH2vjzKw/viewform?usp=sf_link

Ocean Science Bowl Tryouts

Hey everyone!

As we mentioned in today’s meeting, OSB is a quiz-bowl competition on ocean science topics. Tryouts will be taking place 9/24/15 right after 7th in room 307 (Mr. Pallone’s room). We highly encourage you to try out (if you think you don’t know much oceanography, it’s ok! Neither do most other people trying out! :)). With work, we can definitely achieve high at the competition (2nd place in varsity and JV last year).  The first round of tryouts will consist of MC questions along with 5-10 questions on the tryout excerpt. The tryout excerpt is a section from an oceanography textbook that we will post onto the Science Club website on 9/23/18 at 8 PM. Everyone trying out for OSB is also eligible to try out for Science Bowl, and has until 10/6/18 to commit to one of the two competitions. Please fill out the form below to sign up for tryouts:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7GSXxphA3DR6y2oiZetHFOx4Wr4WLvzbNbyuZPanfnLNVIw/viewform

The first round of tryouts will select ~10 people, who will all practice together without splitting into the A and B teams until the second tryout in early January. The second tryout round is a buzzer round with questions about material covered during practices as well as general oceanographic knowledge. Performance in the buzzer round, practice attendance, overall effort, and behavior will all be taken into account when selecting the final A and B teams.

We look forward to SEA-ing you all at tryouts!