The Pikes Peak Regional Science Fair 2018 is in full swing !
Please check out the website, www.pprsf.org, for more information. Feel free to forward and questions you have to the committee at email@example.com. The SRC will try to provide prompt comments and questions as forms are submitted. The PPRSF Board members would be happy to help with classroom presentations, after school help sessions, safety issues or other questions. You can contact them at the email address above.
FYI – In addition to the place awards (cash) in the 12-14 categories, there are more than 40 special awards (cash or prizes) presented each year. Last year the prizes awarded totaled around $8000.
PALS is excited to be able to share a number of resources with local science teachers. Check out the links below to learn about classroom sets of equipment that YOU can borrow to use with your students and additional opportunities for professional development beyond our HUB meetings.
Wild Colorado: Crossroad of Biodiversity: View or download the Educator’s Guide here! From the CPW website: To help teachers and students learn about Colorado’s ecosystems and its wildlife, Colorado Parks and Wildlife has prepared a set of ecosystem posters and this education guide. Together they will provide an overview of the biodiversity of our state as it applies to the eight major ecosystems of Colorado. Featured at September 2015 Hub Meeting
Check out these resources for the Total Solar Eclipse (only Partial in Colorado Springs).