Event Rules

** All the grade level events will be contested by Teams of 2 students from the same class

** Mystery Architecture will be teams of 2 students with no more than 1 6th grader on any given team

** The Reflection Relay event will be contested by Teams of 3 students preferably 1 from each of the grade levels (i.e. 1-4th grader, 1-5th grader, and 1-6th grader make up 1 Team) (But depending on number of students signed up that composition may not be possible but no more than 1 sixth grader will be allowed on a team)

** You may create your own teams for each event or we will place you on a team

 

Any questions Email us at Help@FislerSO.com

Individual Event rules are from Div A Competive Manual.


**Rules will be handed out at the Intro Days for each event.

4th Grade Event Circuit Wizardry

--> Date 2/14/2019 2:50-4:00 in MPR

5th Grade Event No Bones About It

--->Date 2/20/19 12:00-1:00 in MPR

6th Grade event Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

--->Date 3/4/19 2:50-4:00 in MPR

Combined Event Mystery Architecture

--> Date 3/6/19 12:00-1:00 in MPR

Combined Event Reflection Relay

--> Date 3/12/19 11:45-1:00 in MPR

 

 

** 2019 Events **
4th Grade - Circuit Wizardry

This event will challenge the students knowledge of direct currrent(DC) circuits using low voltage batteries.

 

 

5th Grade - No Bones About It

Students will identify bones and pictures of bones at stations throughout the room and answer questions about the bones. Only the Scientiofic names of the Bones will be accepted as correct

 

 

 

6th Grade - Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

The objective is to test the ability of the students to classify materials into one of three categories

 

Combined Event - Mystery Architecture

This event is designed to test the student's ability to think on their feet. They will be given a bag of materials to build a freestanding tower as high as they can.

 

 

Combined Event - Reflection Relay

Three team members, each supplied with a pocket mirror,cooperate to bounce a light beam onto a predetermined target