Race Through Space - Adopt-A-Planet
We are looking for school groups to Adopt-a-Planet for our 5K Race Through Space on May 4, 2019 at Piedmont Park.

Team Leaders (teachers/administrators/parents) should apply here to Adopt-a-Planet. Selected teams will spend time prior to the race planning and creating visual and auditory displays to celebrate that particular object. Then, on race day, the team will be stand at the corresponding location along our race path (a scale model of our solar system, from the Sun to Neptune) and cheer the runners on as they pass. Potential ideas for displays include holding signs with fun facts, shouting planetary chants, dressing up in costumes, choreographing dances, and other creative ways to celebrate the science behind the objects in our solar system.

To apply, team leaders should complete this online form by March 24. We will be in touch to select the nine finalists by March 29. The selected schools will each receive a $200 grant for their school science/STEM program.

Questions? Contact jordan@atlantasciencefestival.org

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First Name *
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Last Name *
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School Name *
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School District *
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Team Lead Responsibilities *
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Preferred Solar System Object *
Which is your #1 choice to adopt?
Backup Choices
If you are not selected for your first choice, please list 3 backup options (in order of preference)
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Display Plans *
What are your initial ideas for your display? How will you celebrate the science behind your first choice solar system object? Be as specific as possible. Your response will be evaluated for creativity, educational value, and fun factor.
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Team description *
Who is on the team? What grade(s)? How many people do you plan to bring?
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