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Rhode Island Science Olympiad 2016

 

#RISciOly

 

The Science Olympiad is a national program that was created to increase interest in science. It has members in all 50 states with more than 12,000 actively participating K-12 schools. The Science Olympiad aims to teach science by involving students in active, hands-on activities that emphasize problem solving and the scientific process. In state and national competitions, winners of individual events win athletic-style medals, with winning teams earning trophies. At the national level, there are substantial scholarships awarded to top winners.

The 2016 Rhode Island Science Olympiad

wase held on

Saturday, April 9, 2016

at Rhode Island College.

 

Congratulations to the 2016 Winning Teams

Division B

Place

Team #

Team

1st

2

Barrington Middle School

2nd

18

Our Lady of Mercy

3rd

23

Wickford Middle School

4th

9

Gallagher Middle School

5th

15

Nathan Bishop Middle School

6th

1

Archie R. Cole Middle School

 

Division C

Place

Team #

Team

1st

1

Barrington High School

2nd

17

Portsmouth High School

3rd

9

East Greenwich High School

4th

18

Smithfield High School

5th

6

Classical High School

6th

8

Cranston East High School

 

 

Complete Results

 

Division B                        Division C

 

Providence Sunday Journal Article

 

National Science Olympiad Collaboration with the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge 2016

 

 

Overview      Letter of invitation

 

 

SO Mobile B and SO Mobile C 2016 Rules Apps for iPhones and iPads - Now Available in the iTunes Store!

SO Mobile B and SO Mobile C 2016 Rules Apps for Android phones and tablets - Now Available in the Google Play Store!

 

The Official Science Olympiad Web Page: www.soinc.org

Home

 

2016 National Tournament

University of Wisconsin–Stout

The 2016 Science Olympiad National Tournament

 

Support the Rhode Island Science Olympiad!

Individual, corporate, and association sponsors are sought to support

the Science Olympiad and the students who are excited about science.

See the Brochure for details

 

 

Contact: James Magyar, jmagyar@ric.edu
Phone 401-456-9697
FAX 401-456-8396
April 11, 2016