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  • January Results January Results are up ... check them out.
    Posted Jan 8, 2019, 8:43 PM by Michael Maloney
  • December Results December Results are posted, check them out.
    Posted Dec 11, 2018, 8:18 PM by Michael Maloney
  • December Events December Events are Posted.  You will also notice there is a PreRelease Event for January.  It is a building event, and we are short on school time between the December and January Meet, so I released it early in case the kids wanted to get started on it early.  Also it kind of a robot, and some teams that compete in Robotics competitions get bust after the holidays.
    Posted Nov 19, 2018, 7:58 AM by Michael Maloney
  • November Results The November Results are up.  The events will hopefully be up in the next couple of days.
    Posted Nov 13, 2018, 9:24 PM by Michael Maloney
  • Other Clarifications on Roller Coaster You can use 3D printed materialsYou can use designs and design templates as long as you actually fabricate the pieces of the roller coaster yourself.
    Posted Oct 31, 2018, 8:49 AM by Michael Maloney
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If anyone has pictures from events they would like posted on the site, please send them to Mike Maloney [mister.maloney@gmail.com]. Inquiries about NSSL in general should be directed to Tammy Fay [tfay@masconomet.org] and Shawn Guerrette [shguerrette@capeelizabethschools.org]. Any questions about a specific event should be directed to the event runner through the forum.
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The North Shore Science League organizes 7 meets per school year.
3 events are scheduled for each meet, and meets are held the second Tuesday of each month at various schools as close to 4:00 pm as possible. More detailed information is available from Tammy Fay [tfay@masconomet.org] and Shawn Guerrette [shguerrette@capeelizabethschools.org].

The North Shore Science League stimulates interest and achievement in science, provides recognition for talented students, and fosters communication among the students and staff of North Shore high schools. Schools compete against each other in events involving building, invention, engineering, lab techniques, and application of knowledge. All areas of science are included in events during the year.

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