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Top 10 Reasons YOU Should Join the Team

10 Great addition to your academic resume.

9 Improve your study skills.

8 Learn more about subjects that interest you.

7 A sense of accomplishment.

6 Build cool gadgets.

5 It’s like getting a second elective course.

4 Show California what CHMS coyotes are made of.

3 Promotes teamwork and collaboration.

2 Make new friends.

1 It’s challenging and fun!!!

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Science Olympiad

What is the Science Olympiad?

Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets consisting of a series of 23 individual and team events. Students select events that interest them and meet with coaches for training once or twice a week.

Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on, group participation. Depending on the event signed up for, students can build a device, take a written test, answer questions verbally, or sometimes a combination of both.   The great thing about it is that you can learn any of the subjects you are most interested in during the training.   Science Olympiad is a great extra-curricular activity.  We hope that you’ll join this year’s team.  Check out the 2018 information flier or the event descriptions to get more information about this exciting extra curricular! 

 

Also, check out the websites below for more information. 

National Science Olympiad Web Page

San Diego Regional Science Olympiad Web Page

Science Olympiad Event Wiki

Sign Up For Science Olympiad 2017-2018

When you are ready to sign up for Science Olympiad and make it a great year, click on the following links and fill out your event preferences and availability for this season!  Remember, we want our Olympians to train in 1 build and 1 test event.  Please refer to the specific event schedules when choosing your events to prevent conflicts.  Registration closes 9-22-2017 at 6 pm.

 

Registration Info:

Registration Link: Part 1

Registration Link: Part 2

Code of Conduct/Liability Release

 

Questions: Check out our info night presentation!

 

Important Dates for the 2017-2018 Science Olympiad Season

Important Dates Flier

 

9/19: Science O Kickoff Meeting

 

9/22: Deadline to Register,

  6 pm Online Registration Closes

 

10/2-10/6: Science Olympiad Training Begins!

Dates and Times vary based on events assigned.

Training for most events will be at ViaSat in Carlsbad.

 

10/31: Halloween.  No Training.

 

11/10: Veterans Day, No Training.

 

11/20 – 11/24: Thanksgiving Recess.  No Training Sessions

 

12/22 – 1/5: Winter Recess, No Mandatory Training Sessions

    (coaches sometimes schedule optional sessions here to get ready for regionals!)

 

1/15- Martin Luther King Holiday- No Training

 

1/26- Semester Break Day- No School.  Trainings May Continue.
 

2/10- SCIENCE OLYMPIAD Regional Competition. DIVISION B.
Carlsbad H
igh School, 7 am – 6 pm

 

2/13- End of Season Celebration and Team Picture, 3-3:30 pm, CHMS Room 203.

Registration Meeting Tuesday, 9/19/2017 @ 6 pm in Room 203

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Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets consisting of a series of 23 individual and team events. Students select events that interest them and meet with coaches for training once or twice a week.

 

Emphasis is placed on active, hands-on, group participation. Depending on the event signed up for, students can build a device, take a written test, answer questions verbally, or sometimes a combination of both.

 

If you missed the meeting, refer to this presentation and then contact Mr. Sottile for details.  Registration deadline is 6 pm on 9/22.  Registration is handled online, followed by returning the required forms.  Once you know you are ready to do Science Olympiad this year, click on this link to register!  (Links coming soon for the 2017-2018 season!)

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Registration Meeting Notes and Information

Links will be made live after the info meeting on 9/19:

Click here for the information from the kickoff meeting,  Remember, if you want to register, you need to do so ONLINE by Friday, 9-22-2017 at 6 pm!

 

Handouts: 

Event Summary
2018 Event Pictorial Presentation

Event Schedule for Training Sessions

Important Dates

 

Registration Info:

Registration Link: Part 1

Registration Link: Part 2

Code of Conduct/Liability Release

Science Olympiad TV