GATEway Science Fair (Gr. 3-6)
Saturday, February 22, 2020
Landow Atrium
Subway Level of Gonda Building, Mayo Clinic

Hosted by the Mayo Foundation Chapter of Sigma Xi
Organized by GATEway, Rochester's MCGT Chapter

THANK YOU to all who attended the 2020 GATEway Science Fair, either as a participant, family member, reviewer or volunteer.  
We also want to express our sincere appreciation to our collaborative partners and sponsors.  Please support these local businesses and organizations. 


We hope to see you again next year.  Watch this page or the GATEway Facebook page in April or May for the announcement of the 2021 Fair date.    
  
















2014 GATEway Science Fair
GATEway's Annual Science Fair is open to all interested students in grades 3-6 currently enrolled in any public, private, or home school in the Rochester area.

 


2019 Fair project review






Students discuss their projects with science professionals from our community who review the projects and offer feedback.

 





SMM 2019






A program by the Science Museum of MN is included in the day’s events. Students receive a t-shirt, snack, written feedback, and a certificate of participation. The science fair is non-competitive: no ribbons or prizes are awarded.




2016 GATEway Science Fair



Registration fee of $12.00 includes a t-shirt if registration is mailed by registration deadline of Wednesday January 29th, 2020. If space is available, late registrants will be accepted at full fee but might not receive t-shirts. See the Financial Aid page for information about possible help with costs.
 




2019 Science Fair lobby level



We thank the Mayo Foundation Chapter of Sigma Xi for partnering with us in putting on the science fair.

2015 GATEway Science Fair


Newsroom - 2019 Fair


Newsroom - Past Fairs:





Questions? Email the fair coordinators at gatewaysciencefair@gmail.com




GATEway
c/o Northrop Community Education Center
201 NW Eighth Street
Rochester, MN 55901

GATEway is the Rochester Chapter of the Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented, a 501(c)(3) non-profit statewide organization.