Science Olympiad 


Ever wonder about Science Olympiad? There is so much more than the basics of science to be apart of this group. Any science field you can think of is part of the competition. Here is what the faculty advisor of Science Olympiad, Mrs. Dinger, has to tell us all about it.

Q: What is Science Olympiad?

A: It is a competition in the science areas like STEM or any sciences. Students grades 6-12 can participate.

Q: Is there a restriction on who participates?

A: At least a B average in science class and have to be committed to a particular specialty in Science Olympiad.

Q: What are the categories for the competitions?

A: They have any science subject competition, such as physics and anatomy.

Q: How do students prepare for Science Olympiad?

A: There is a manual to follow. You choose the section you want to compete in and you prepare for that section.

Q: What goals do you have for the team? 

A: I would love to open it up to any student in the school.

Q: When did you get involved with Science Olympiad? Who else runs it?

A: I just started taking it over this year, and I have Mr. Bundy, Mr. Laird, and Mr. Bauer helping out as of right now.

2018 Science Olympiad Winners:

Brooklyn Edmonds & Nick Moore, 2nd Place B Division Hovercraft, 

Cole Lufsey &  Elliot Rutkowski, 2nd Place B Division Meteorology

Kasey Watkins, 3rd Place C Division Herpetology

Paiton Rizzo & Hope Spence, 2nd Place C Division Chemistry Lab

Abby Crawford & Mia Gourley, 2nd Place B Division Write It Do It