Griffin Science & Engineering Fair

Date: March TBA

Location: Griffin School Gym


The Griffin Science & Engineering Fair is a non-competitive exhibition of K-8 student created science and engineering projects. Adults and other students will be viewing your project and Community Scientists will be on hand to evaluate and comment on each student’s project. Ribbons/awards will be presented to all participants. Distinguished Project Awards will be presented for grades 6th, 7th and 8th.


Please use the link below to access the Scientist Packet for detailed information about creating science & engineering fair projects:


Important Information

Display Boards: Trifold display boards are available FREE through the school on a first come, first serve basis. They are located in Mrs. Morgan’s classroom, room 415. Note: Some grades require a project. Students in these classes will be given a board by their teacher.


Special Exhibit Space Needs: If you are in need of an extra large space and/or electricity please let Mrs. Morgan know by sending her an email ahead of time



9am: Check-in at the registration desk (receive booth space and Community Scientist time)

9-10am: Set up your exhibit

10am-12pm: Judging and feedback

12pm: Take down your exhibit and clean area


How can I find a great project?

● A great website to check out is

● Be sure to download the “Scientist Packet” to help you organize your project.

● The Griffin Library has a number of books with ideas for science fair projects.

● Do an online search. Enter “science fair” into your search engine and see what comes up!


Can my parents help? Yes, by all means! Your parents can help you select your topic, help build your display, help gather materials, and help figure out ways to organize things, but your parents should not do your science and engineering thinking or complete your project for you. The Scientist Packet includes a list of things your parents can do to help you! If you use a classroom-required project for your Science Fair entry, follow your teacher’s guidelines about parent help.


Have questions or want to volunteer? Contact Amy Morgan or 360-866-5827.

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