2018 Wood Buffalo Regional Science Fair

Awards for 2018 Wood Buffalo Science Fair will be updated soon!

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Changes to the 2017 WBRSF

This year, the Wood Buffalo Regional Science Fair will be adapting a new judging model. Students will undergo two rounds of judging in order to ensure the most accurate ranking of projects.  This model will also have a similar timeline to the school day which may be more beneficial for students.


8:00am –  Student Registration open

8:30am – Judge Orientation

9:00am – Round one of judging will start promptly

11:30am – Round one ends

11:45 am – Student and Judge lunch

12:30 pm – Round two of judging begins

2:30-3:00pm – Round two complete, students picked up by guardians.

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The 2017 Wood Buffalo Regional Science Fair will take place on Friday, April 28 in the Grand Ballroom at Shell Place.

Please email info@wbrsf.ca if you have any questions or concerns.

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Wood Buffalo Youth Science Fair

The Wood Buffalo Youth Science Foundation is excited for the upcoming science fair.  A reminder to all participants to come prepared and on time.  Registration begins at noon for elementary students and 12:30pm for older participants.  Public Viewing and Awards are Saturday, April 16 starting at 9:30am.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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2016 WBRSF at Shell Place, MacDonald Island

The 2016 Wood Buffalo Regional Science Fair will take place in the Grand Ballroom at Shell Place, Mac Donald Island Park.

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Benefits of Science Fair Projects

Benefits of Science Fair Projects

-Science experiments and innovations offer unique hands on learning opportunities that incorporate STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics)

-Integrates many subjects into one project, such as reading, writing, ethics, critical thinking, problem solving, data analysis, computer science, graphic arts, and public speaking.

-Completing a scientific inquiry project provides students personal achievement and confidence

-Science fairs can make science relevant by allowing students to conduct an experiment based on their own interests.

-A science fair project allows students to develop important independent learning skills such as time management, responsibility, organization and communication.

-The WBRSF gives monetary awards as well as the opportunity for selected top projects to attend the Canada Wide Science Fair in Montreal.

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