Saturday, February 28, 2004
Exhibit Hall A, Big 4 Building, Stampede Park
What is the Calgary Science Olympics?
Teams of students from grades 1-12 will get the chance to get up
close and personal with the principles and theories of science
at the 2004 Calgary Science Olympics, Saturday, February 28 in
Exhibit Hall A,
Big 4 Building, Stampede Park.
Organized by the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists
and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA), the Calgary Science Olympics
is an interactive science competition that allows students to see
first-hand how science affects our everyday lives.
The Olympics consists of two types of events:
- take home events, which are made in advance
and brought to the Olympics for on-site testing
- mystery events, which are solved the day of the
Olympics with no pre-planning
All challenges are based on current science curricula and have
been developed by the Edmonton Science Olympics Committee, a group
of teacher volunteers from the Edmonton Catholic and Edmonton Public
Hope we see you and your team(s) in Exhibit Hall A, Big 4 Building,
Stampede Park Saturday, February 28th!