Fayette County Schools Science And Engineering Fair Student Site

Welcome to the Fayette County Schools Student Science & Engineering Fair Website.

Please use the tabs at the top of this website to locate important information/documents.

2022 Science & Engineering Fair Timeline

Below, you will find a timeline to assist you in preparing for the 2021 Fair.

September 2021 - November 2021

  1. Complete the "I wonder Challenge" to determine your research question. Find Information here. Additional sites are found below:

  2. Complete approval forms PRIOR to starting your project, using the tab titled "Science Fair Documents"

  3. Conduct your background research, experimentation, and develop a poster presentation

November 29, 2021 - IMPORTANT DEADLINES

  1. All REQUIRED AND SPECIAL PROJECT forms are due - completed & signed to School's Science Fair Coordinator

  2. The FCBOE Science Fair Required Forms Checklist (goo.gl/HQIbQw) must be checked & signed off by Dr. Morgan, Science Coordinator, before advancing to the District's Fair.

      1. Unsure about which forms to use? CLICK HERE FOR THE ISEF RULES WIZARD

      2. ISEF Rules - https://student.societyforscience.org/international-rules-pre-college-science-research (Includes PDF Handbook)

      3. ISEF 2021 Rules & Guidelines - https://www.societyforscience.org/isef/international-rules/rules-and-guidelines/ (Includes eRules, Roles & Responsibilities of Students & Adults, Display & Safety Regulations and more.)

  3. Make sure you are using the CORRECT FORMS FROM THIS WEBSITE ONLY. Click on the "Science Fair Documents" Tab to get the appropriate forms.

  4. Read our Science Fair Letter to Students - Final Reminders here - Updated Letter Coming Soon

January 11, 2022

Please note that the following days and meeting locations depend on COVID-19 and local conditions. Some fairs (i.e., RESA or State) may transition to a virtual format if in-person gatherings are not feasible or permissible.

5pm - 6pm - Community Open House (Virtual Via Zoom)

January 11, 2022

Time TBD - Student interviews by Science Fair judges

Your school’s Science Fair Coordinator will provide you with your specific interview time.

You should plan to arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled interview time.

6pm-7pm Fayette County Science & Engineering Fair awards program (Virtual Via Zoom)

ATTN: 1st Place Winners advancing to the Griffin RESA Regional Science & Engineering Fair

Copies of all required forms AND Griffin RESA Student Application (goo.gl/1aSC8p - case sensitive)

due to Dr. Morgan, Morgan.Patricia@mail.fcboe.org

February, 2022 (Virtual - Video Instructions TBD)

March 31 - April 2, 2022 (Classic Center in downtown Athens, GA)

Georgia State Science & Engineering Fair (GSEF)

May 2020 -(Atlanta, GA)

International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF)

Science & Engineering Fair Virtual Workshops

The County's Science Department is providing weekly virtual webinars to guide you through the Science and Engineering Fair Process. Please register for each workshop, individually, so that you have support throughout this entire process.

Fayette County’s Science & Engineering Fair Virtual Workshops Schedule

Important Student Letters & Judging Information

If you are advancing to the Fayette County District Science and Engineering Fair, please read the letter below:

If this is your first time attending a Science & Engineering Fair, please read the tips below:

Knowing How to Impress the Science Fair Judges

Science & Engineering Fair Research Suggested Timeline

Please review the SUGGESTED research timeline below to support you in completing all the necessary research, approvals, and forms. Please check with your science teacher to see if they have an alternate calendar they would like for you to follow.

Science Research Project Timeline 2020-2021