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SSRSEF 2021

We have made the decision that 2021 will be a virtual fair.
The outlook for general recovery from COVID-19 is not in line with a large gathering in March 2021. By removing uncertainty now we will be able to recruit judges early. We will be able to focus on improvements to a virtual fair without having to plan an onsite fair in parallel. Fund raising will be a bit easier. We hope that this certainty encourages more participants who may have health safety concerns and helps participants better plan their project presentation.
We look forward to returning to an onsite fair in 2022.

Registration for the 2021 SSRSEF is closed.

South Sound STEM Fair Alliance In Partnership with PLU

Invites you to participate in the South Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair
  • Free to participate and to attend
  • Open to students in grades K-12
  • 30% of participants receive awards—1st, 2nd, 3rd and
  • Honorable Mention
  • Specialty awards
  • A variety of STEM related exhibits

Selecting a Project

With much remote learning and lack of access to school labs younger students can consider picking an online project. If you pick one from these or similar sources:

  • Please pick something appropriate to your age and skill level.
  • Include your source on your board, as well as a list of what you changed to make it your
    project.

Here are some websites with projects.

https://emerginginvestigators.org/articles

https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/science-projects

https://www.education.com/science-fair/

https://www.need.org/need-students/science-fair-projects/

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2021 Science Fair Results

Congratulations to our overall award winning entrants:

1st place – Smriti Somasundaram and Sathvik Nallamalli
2nd place – Madeline Christensen
3rd place – Henry Jacobson and Luke Jouflas
4th place – Jordan Janakievski
5th place – Nidhi Krishna Kumar
6th place – Evan Lou

2021 place awards will be posted when they are completed.