The Elementary Science Fair is a wonderful way for elementary-aged students to participate in and experience a scientific project. Each science fair project must consist of a student-led scientific investigation (following accepted scientific methods). These winners should be from Grades 1-5. Science fair coordinators at each school will inform winning students or student groups about their participation in the district science fair.
The Cobb County Elementary Science Fair will no longer be held at the same time as the Middle/High School Fair due to the growth of the fair.
The Cobb County Elementary Science Fair will be for participants in Grades 1-5. Kindergarten students will be allowed to participate in local school fairs, but will not advance to the county level fair.
Fivetop-place science fair winners from each school will be accepted to the Cobb District Science Fair.
Schools should not allow students to experiment with molds or bacteria of any kind, as these can be particularly hazardous to student health. These projects will not be allowed at the Cobb County Elementary Science Fair.
Schools should hold their science fair no later than Friday, March 18th. The firm registration deadline for all projects is Friday, March 25th. No late entries will be accepted.
Only students that have advanced from their local fair can register projects for the Cobb Elementary Science Fair.
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The Cobb Elementary Science Fair will be held in-person on Saturday, April 15, 2023 8:30 am- 2:30 pm
Students should follow their school’s science fair guidelines when investigating their science fair project. Schools should not to allow students to experiment with molds or bacteria of any kind, as these can be particularly hazardous to student health. These projects will not be allowed at the Cobb County Elementary Science Fair.
Models, including volcanoes or robots, will not be accepted as experiments.
Keep in Mind -- Parents are encouraged to guide students but not build the project. Remember, a good project is planned and developed over a period of time.
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