At this time, Worthington is still planning to hold it annual Science Day. The status of Science Day will monitored and updates posted to this website.
Worthington Schools will be able to provide students with feedback on their Science Fair, and Invention Convention projects. Other events at Science Day are less certain but we are reviewing options that are appropriate for our students and community.
Science Day will include:
- Science Fair
- Invention Convention
- Design Challenge*
- Robotics Competition*
- Cubing Competition*
* May not happen in February 2022
Science Fair: 8:00 am
Invention Convention: 8:00 am
Sumo Robot Competition: 8:00 am
Speed Cubing Competition: 8:00 am
Design Challenge: 9:30 am (Grades K-5) and session 2 at 10:15 am (Grades 6-12)
The Worthington Science Day is designed to help students:
- Learn and practice critical thinking, inquiry, technological design and investigative skills.
- Learn research methods and encourage the development of research techniques - obtain data, keep a research log or notebook, learn graphing and develop conclusions.
- Foster imagination and creative thought.
- Develop organizational skills.
- Work independently as well as in a group.
- Enhance communications skills.
- Meet others interested in science study.
- Earn recognition for academic excellence.
This district wide event is open to students at all buildings and all grade levels (PK-12). There are three options for students to participate:
Science Fair: Students, K-12, conduct an experiment and present the results of their project.
Invention Convention: Students,K-8, recognized for using their creativity and imagination in developing new solutions to everyday problems.
Design Challenge: The K-12 competition provides students the opportunity to work on real world engineering challenges in a team environment.
Cubing Competition: Worthington’s first ever Speed Cube competition offers a free, fun and informal way to test your Rubik’s Cube puzzle solving abilities against other kids. Prizes will be awarded!”