CLES Science Fair 2020
Sign up for the CLES Science Fair! Let us know what your science fair project will be about!
Note: You will receive an email confirmation after completing the online registration. If you do not, please contact
Location: Centennial High School Cafeteria (New location this year to accommodate more space for participants and families)
Date: Friday, March 13th, 2020
Set up time: 6:00 - 6:30 PM
Judging Time: 6:30 - 7:45 PM
Raffle Prizes Drawing and Clean up: 7:45 - 8:00 PM
Only one form needs to be completed per project. A science project can be done by an individual or by a team of up to three students.
If you need to add to or change your project partners or topic, please fill out another form and it will replace the original entry. The topics will be added to the program we will hand out the night of the fair and used as a keepsake. Please keep the project titles short so they will fit in the program.
Consult the Science Fair Handbook for more information.(
The CLES PTA Science Fair is run by volunteers. Please consider how you can help make this a wonderful event for the CLES students by volunteering an adult or high school student to help the night of the event.
Please arrive at Centennial High School Cafeteria between 6:00 and 6:30 PM to set up your project.
PLEASE DO NOT COME TO Centennial High School Cafeteria EARLIER THAN 6 PM. A space is reserved for your student so there is no need to get there before 6:00 PM. The reviewing process will begin 6:30 PM.
If you have any questions about the science fair, please email the Science Fair Committee:
Ritsko Kyperountas & Sri Paleti
What is the title of the student's science project? Please keep this title short as it will be printed in the program and handed out the night of the event!
Student First Name
Student Last Name
Please provide one email address for this project where we can send information.
Student's Homeroom Teacher
Add another student to the project?
One project can be done by up to three students.
No - Only one student is submitting this project
Yes - 2 - 3 students are submitting this project
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