The 5th Annual
will be held on
Monday, May 7th.
If you haven’t attended this event before, you’re in for a wonderful experience. Our young scientists really go into depth to study topics of interest and perform fascinating experiments.
We are excited to announce that four projects from AmPark will also be selected to be displayed at the citywide NYC Science Expo in Manhattan in June. In order for your child’s project to be eligible for the Science Expo, they must follow the guidelines for projects provide by the Science Expo.
Click here for more details and to view the science fair guide.
Part of our Science Fair involves the selection of a few projects to present at the citywide science fair in June. Here are the honorees:
Rosalind Douglass and Isabella Bryant (Mysterious DNA Project); & Bronson Branch (Fruit Power/Electricity Project)
Clyde Ura (M&M Survival Challenge); & Sebastian Heenan (Melting Magic Project)
Honorable mention recipients included:
Upper Grades: Penelope Orechena (Popcorn Project); M.A. Ozaete Sibide (Citrus Volcano); and Lucas Rubiera (Chips on Trial)
Lower Grades: Madison Pratts (Balloon Blowup)
Congratulations to all our scientists for participating in the Annual Science Fair! It was very well attended! There were many wonderful projects on display and 4 budding scientists were chosen to move onto the NYC Science Expo! Very exciting! Thanks to all the parents/guardians who came and provided support! We appreciate you! Special thanks to Matt Heenan and the American Museum of Natural History for providing admission tickets. The lucky raffle winner was Penelope from Katie’s class.
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The AmPark Science Fair will be on Saturday, May 6, from 10 am-2 pm. Please see the 2017 AmPark Science Fair Flyer for details.
Announcing a guest speaker for our science fair! This year, we are pleased to welcome Brian Levine, Youth Programs Manager and Astrophysics Educator at the American Museum of Natural History. He’s sure to inspire our students, so don’t miss it
It’s never too early to start thinking about the AmPark Science Fair! Please take a look at the Science Fair Family Guide and the 2016 Science Fair Family Guide Student Sheets and begin planning your poster today.