Future Tiger Fairs
Math and Science Day
February 8, 2017
Arkansas City, Kansas
Mu Alpha Sigma Chi organization and the Natural Science department at Cowley College in Arkansas City are hosting an exciting event. Members of the Natural Science department and the sponsors are holding a scholastic competition in the math and science areas for all high school students.
Area schools are invited to bring interested students and teachers for the competition.
The format of the competition will consist of the construction of scientific apparatus testing the skills of the creators (in teams of two) and a scholastic competition for those knowledgeable in the scientific fields. Students are welcome to compete in either or both of the competitions. Competitions have included the following:
- Write It Build It Competition - a team member
will view a constructed object and write a description of how to
build it. The description will be given to a second team member who
will attempt to build it from the written description. Write
It Build It Rules PDF
- Tiger Windmill Design Contest -
students will Design and construct a windmill using a CD ROM disk capable of generating the highest average voltage. Windmill Design Rules PDF
- Puzzlefest Competition – students will be given 30 minutes to complete a geometrically shaped math puzzle by solving algebraic problems as quickly as possible. Puzzlefest Rules PDF
- Chemistry competition - students will perform
a chemical analysis of selected materials. CSI
- Students as Teachers Videos – It’s your turn to be the teacher! Students submit their own videos in which they present a brief lesson on a topic of their choosing (in the Math and Science realm of course.) Students as Teachers Rules PDF.
- The Scholastic competition will consist of a preliminary examination in all science and math areas. The top scoring student in each discipline will then compete in a verbal quiz. The verbal format will be a single elimination discipline bee. When the last two competitors are standing, the answer must be determined by one of the competitors to eliminate the other. The categories for this years scholastic competition include: algebra; geometry; chemistry; biological science; physics and physical science. The scientific apparatus portion of the event will be specified as the date approaches.
We are excited to offer this competition again and would welcome participation from more students. If you or your students are interested in competing for prizes in scientific areas, please consider joining this growing event.
Registration deadline is noon on February 1, 2017.
Thank you for your participation