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District 5 FFA AgriScience Fair - March 14, 2012

Friday, February 24, 2012

**Message only sent to District 5 Ag Teachers.


START YOUR AGRISCIENCE FAIR PROJECTS NOW…
-Bring students and projects as the date is the same night as the District Proficiency Award Judging.
-Students cannot bring back the same project in consecutive years.
 
WHEN: Wednesday, March 14, 2012
   4 pm - Students/Projects can start arriving
  5 pm - Projects must be set-up and displayed
  5-7 pm - Project Judging
  7-8 pm - Student presentations of their projects
  8:40 pm - Award Presentations 

WHERE: Benton High School 

PRIZES:  All students will receive a framed certificate. Judging will be done by topic area and given an A, B, or C rating. 
 
PREREGISTRATION: Complete attached  registration form by Friday, March 2nd. 

AGRISCIENCE FAIR PROJECT GUIDELINES
 1. Tabletop or free standing display not to exceed a 4 foot by 8 foot area.
    A. Topic/title should be boldly displayed
    B. Pictures, data tables, graphs of the experiment, etc. should appear
    C. Actual project can be displayed
    D. Student name, address, phone number, and school should be displayed in the lower right corner of the project.
   
2. Project Paper-2 copies needed at the fair.  (Page 1 & 2-9 should be printed from the attached National FFA Fair application which are very easy to complete.  Pages 10 - 14 can be expanded to multiple pages if necessary.)
            Page 1 -Registration Form 
            Page 2-Table of Contents (Complete once everything is completed.)
            Page 3-Abstract
            Page 4-Safety Checklist
            Page 5-Hazardous Materials Waiver Form
            Page 6-Human Vertebrate Endorsement
            Page 7-Non-human Vertebrate Endorsement
            Page 8-Sponsor Approval Form
            Page 9-Research Expense Form
            Page 10-Introduction
            Page 11-Materials and Methods
            Page 12-Results
            Page 13-Discussion and Conclusion
            Page 14-Acknowledgments & Literature Cited
 
3. Project Overview to the Judges  (scoresheet attached)
    A.  Introduce yourself 
    B. Explain your project...What did you set out to do?
    C. What was the purpose?
    D. What happened and why?
    E. What was accomplished?
    F. What were the final results?
 
Competition and judging will be based on:
-Appropriateness of the project: agriculture/science relationship
-Neatness and creativity of the display
-Information, data, etc. of the project paper
-Organization and neatness of the paper
-Knowledge of the project showed by the student
-Amount of work done
-Speaking ability during oral presentation


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