g i d a k i i m a n a a n i w i g a m i g science fairs

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Participating in local and regional Science Fairs is expected by all students involved with gifakiimanaaniwigamig seasonal camps. Students from the Cloquet School, Duluth Schools, Greenway High School, Fond du Lac Ojibway School, and ISD2142 St. Louis County Schools including Tower, NorthWoods (formerly Cook and Orr), North Range (formerly Tower-Soudan and Babbitt-Embarass) and South Ridge (formerly AlBrook, Cotton and Meadowlands) have support by teachers and staff in pursuing areas of interest through scientific study.
Pictured above - NAISF 2008, FDLTCC Regional 2009, FDLTCC Regional 2010, NAISF 2012 and UMD/NAISF 2013

LOCAL

South Ridge 2013

South Ridge 2012

AlBrook 2011

AlBrook 2010

AlBrook 2009

AlBrook 2008

Cloquet Science Fair
For more information contact Ms. Welsh at cwelsh@CLOQUET.k12.mn.us

South Ridge Science Fair
For more information contact Mr. Ray at tray@isd2142.k12.mn.us

During the month of January local schools in the Northeast area including AlBrook, Carlton, Cloquet, Fond du Lac Ojibway, Greenway and Tower School host local Science Fairs for students K-12. Student winners in grades 7- 12 may go on to the Regional competitions held at the University of Minnesota, Duluth competitionions.

To learn more about opportunities for American Indian students interested in participating in their local Science Fairs talk with your local school's Science Departments and contact Holly Pellerin at pell0078@umn.edu or call 218-879-0757.

These events are sponsored by the local school district.

Are you looking for Science Fair Experiments?

Here are some sites that may get you going on the right path. Always include your teachers and parents in the discussion.

Science Buddies

Kids Geo

Educational Science Resources

Discovery Kids

Beckman's World

Steve Spangler's Science

 

REGIONAL

UMD 2013

UMD 2012

FDLTCC 2010

FDLTCC 2009

FDLTCC 2008

FDLTCC 2007

FDLTCC 2006

2011 and 2012 FDLTCC Regional Science Fair joined with the University of MN Regional Science Fair on the University of Minnesota campus, Duluth

UMD Science Fair
Students must registration online at http://www.nemnscifair.org

For more information contact Ms. Welsh at cwelsh@CLOQUET.k12.mn.us

American Indians in Science Day
Minnesota Science Museum
St.Paul, MN

Science Fair projects from around the state as well as college and university programs interested in meeting young scienctists gather annually. If you are interested in participating contact Holly Pellerin at pell0078@umn.edu or call 218-879-0757

MN State Science Fair
Mpls/St.Paul, MN

Local Science Fair winners from area middle and high schools present their projects at the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College's Regional Science Fair in January. In 2009, Twenty-three students (shown above) went on to State and National competitions.

For more information on opportunities for American Indian students interested in participating in their local or regional Science Fairs should contact gidakiimanaaniwigamig Director Holly Pellerin at pell0078@umn.edu or call 218-879-0757

Sponsored by Local School Districts, the NorthEast Minnesota Science Fair, the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, the University of Minnesota's Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power(CCEFP), and the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory's Center for Earth-surface Dynamics (NCED).

 

NATIONAL

NAISES 2012

NAISES 2011

NAISES 2008

NAISES 2007

ISES 2009

ISES 2008

NAISES
Alburquerque, New Mexico
See Holly Pellerin for more information

INTEL Regional winners go on to exhbit their projects at the national competition. Our area has regularity supported winning presentations that go on to the International competitons.

Sponsored by Local School Districts, the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, the University of Minnesota's Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power(CCEFP), and the St. Anthony Falls Laboratory's Center for Earth-surface Dynamics (NCED).