IUSD’s 36th annual District Science Fair Open House is Tuesday, Feb. 28 at the Portola High School gymnasium (1001 Cadence, Irvine) from 5-6 p.m. The award ceremony will immediately follow in the Portola High School Theater.
IUSD’s Science Fair gives students, in grades 6-12, an opportunity to showcase their innovative science projects. Participating students will present a biological, physical, or Rube Goldberg project.
This year’s submissions include an impressive array of projects, including “Fungi Busters,” “Maximizing Efficiency of a Wireless Energy Power System,” “Human Computer Interaction: Translating English into Code,” and “Bubble Gum Science.” For a copy of this year’s event program, click here.
Family, friends, community members, IUSD teachers and staff are welcome to attend the open house and award ceremony.
This annual event is graciously sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation, though a STEM grant to Irvine Public Schools Foundation.