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Teachers, we know that science fair can be a lot of work, but it wouldn't be possible to be successful without the support and assistance you provide to your students.

If you are planning on assigning science fair projects to your students we would encourage you to familiarize yourself with the International Rules for Pre-College Science Research from the Society for Science & the Public (the organizers of ISEF). One of the top reasons students fail to qualify for participation or advancement at science fairs is because students don't receive required approvals prior to beginning their experiments. The ISEF Rules Wizard can help you, and your students, determine which forms will be required for their project.

Each middle school and high school in the district will also have a building coordinator assigned to serve as a resource for for you and your students in filling out paperwork, and registering for the fair. Coordinators are still being confirmed for the 2015-2016 school year and will be posted on the website soon. Private school teachers can contact Phil Arant at Schaeffer Academy if they need assistance. Home schooled students should contact David Williamson with questions.

If you have questions about the Rochester Regional Science Fair please don't hesitate to contact David Williamson, Fair Director, at dawilliamson@rochester.k12.mn.us.
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