Texarkana Students Represented at SAU Regional Science Fair March 17
According to a press release Southern Arkansas University will host the Annual Southwest Arkansas Regional Science Fair from 7:30AM until 2PM on Friday, March 17, on the SAU campus.
Science Fair Director, Dr. Scott White (associate professor of chemistry) announced that more than 300 third- through twelfth-grade students will be on hand at SAU representing more than 260 science projects. These students were the top three winners in their grades and category at their schools.
Elementary (third- through sixth-grade) awards will be announced at 1PM in the Reynolds Center Grand Hall. Junior and Senior High awards will be announced at 1PM in the Reynolds Center Foundation Hall.
Judging will take place from 9:30AM until 11:30AM Public viewing of the projects will be available 11:30AM until 1PM in the W.T. Watson Gymnasium, after the judging is complete.
A total of 17 schools will be represented by students from Bradley, Camden Fairview, Emerson, Harmony Grove, Heart Homeschool, Junction City, Lakewood Homeschool, Magnolia, Taylor and Texarkana schools.
The Southwest Arkansas Regional Science Fair is co-sponsored by Southern Arkansas University, the SAU STEM Center for K-12 Education and the South Central Service Cooperative in Camden, with special thanks to the SAU Physical Plant, S&S Ace Hardware and Mulerider Athletics.