The dates for both the Antelope Valley College venue and Occidental College venue have been announced. This information may be important to you. Feel free to forward this message to others whom may be interested.
Antelope Valley College Venue
Saturday, February 18, 2017
NOTE: This is Presdient's Day Weekend
Occidental College Venue
Saturday, March 4, 2017
NOTE: This is one weekend later than 2016
Be sure to check in regularly on the Los Angeles Regional Science Olympiad web site. Changes are coming for the 2017 Olympiad and will be updated here.
Final, and official, team scores for the Occidental College competition have been posted.
Scores have been reviewed for each of the 20 events in Division A and 23 events in each of Division B and Division C. They are posted in the 2016 Team Scores section of this Web site.
Preliminary scores have been posted for divisions a, B, and C. Scores can be found on the Scores > 2016 Team Scores on this website. http://www.lacountyscienceolympiad.org/lacountyscienceolympiadgmailcom/
Final, and official, team scores for the Antelope Valley College competition have been posted. Scores have been reviewed for each of the 20 events in Division A and 23 events in each of Division B and Division C. They are posted in the 2016 Team Scores section of this Web site.
One of the most common questions that is posed at Registration/Information is, "Where are the Bathrooms?" This may be because many school campuses have separate bathroom buildings and students are looking for such a building on campus at the college.
Bathrooms are located throughout campus, in all of the event buildings. A little exploring will find them.
A curious complication is the presence of a number of Porta-potties that are brought in for the Science Olympiad. These facilities are NOT the only toilet facilities on campus. Please help your students, volunteers, etc. understand that while the Porta-potties are available, there are facilities available all around campus.
For the eighth year, Science Olympiad’s partner, Discovery Education, would like to invite all Division B teams to submit science-related videos in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge (YSC).
The top award is $25,000, plus trips to Costa Rica and other benefits, including a special prize pack for any Science Olympiad finalists. In past years, Science Olympiad has qualified more than 33 semifinalists and 15 finalists in the YSC. Last year’s overall winner, Peyton Robertson from Florida, was a Science Olympiad alumnus.
For information check out the Discovery Education Web site.