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General Rules and Guidelines (K-8). New for 2014: You can submit either a scientific project or an engineering project.
All students must refrain from doing experiments which may be hazardous to themselves, others, or animals.
- No bacterial growth projects done at home will be allowed
Scientific projects must follow the scientific method and test a hypothesis. No displays or demonstration projects, for example, no volcano demonstrations. No materials used in a scientific project will be allowed as prt of the student display at the fair.
- Engineering projects must identify a need or problem to be solved and design a solution that could take the form of a drawing, a model or prototype, or writing or using a program. The solution needs to be part of the student display at the fair.
Students may work by themselves or as a team of two (recommended) or three members. If students on the team are in different grade levels, the team will be placed in the highest grade level of the members
A student’s project should reflect his/her age and ability level.
All projects must be supervised by an adult.
General Rules and Guidelines (9-12)
All students must refrain from doing experiments which may be hazardous to themselves, others, or animals. Since the South Sound Regional Science & Engineering Fair is affiliated with the Intel International Science and Engineering fair, we use their rules and guidelines. Please visit the links below to learn more about the general requirements, project size, and items not allowed in the project or booth. An official copy of the Intel ISEF rules can be found at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair web site.