SSKY Science Fair Judge Sign Up
Can you help judge our annual Science Fair on Wednesday, February 27th starting at 9am?

Sign up HERE to be a judge.
Don't want to judge? There's something for everyone - volunteer here SUG for Science Fair -

Science Fair is during the day, but the science fun continues on the 27th at STEAM Night. If you or anyone you know would like to help with STEAM Night, please contact Candice Gimbel at


What does a judge do?
Judges will score between 10-40 projects. You'll be given an easy to follow score sheet for each project. Students will give a very short presentation (1-2 minutes!) and you'll have an opportunity to ask them questions. All scores are anonymous. Only positive comments are shared with the students.

Time Commitment:
90 minutes to 5 hours. Judging starts at 9am on Wednesday, February 27th. In the interest of fairness, we ask that all judges be present for all students in their category. The length of judging will depend on the number of entries in the category. Kindergarten and 1st graders usually go the fastest. 5th and 6th grade will take the longest and are eligible for the state competition.

What we're looking for:
Adults with a love of science and kids!
Science or education backgrounds are a plus, but not required.
Parents and relatives are welcome, but we do not allow judges to judge their own child(ren)'s grade level.


Independent research by students is presented first in their schools and then, for our 5th and 6th graders who qualify, at the Arizona Science and Engineering Fair.

Email address *
I would love to volunteer for the Science Fair on February 27, 2019. My name is: *
Your answer
I have a background in a STEM field.
We absolutely ADORE all of our volunteers! You do not need to have a background in STEM to judge our science fair. But, if you do, that is extra awesome.
I have kids (or grandkids) at Sonoran Sky. *
My kids (or grandkids) are in grade:
List the grade(s) your kids are in and/or their teacher. We ask that judges not judge the grade level that their own kids are in.
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