Hundreds of students representing dozens of middle schools and high schools from all over the state of Minnesota test their knowledge of all major areas of science and mathematics at the Minnesota State Regional Science Bowl for Middle School Students and the Minnesota State Regional Science Bowl for High School Students. Students compete in five-person teams solving technical problems and answering questions in all branches of science and math. The two tournaments are conducted in a fast-paced question and answer format. Teams go head-to-head to buzz in and answer questions just like the TV show Jeopardy. The winning team from each of the events qualify to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C. Each team member and coach receives an all-expense paid trip to the event.
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2016 MN State Regional Science Bowl for High School Students CHAMPIONS!!
Edina High School - Team 1
Edina HS Science Bowl team - on their way to the National Science Bowl today!
2016 Civility Award Champions: Woodbury High School
2016 Minnesota Academy of Science MN State Regional Science Bowl for Middle School Students
Saturday, February 13, 2016, St. Thomas
Minnetonka West Middle School is headed to Nationals!
A few snapshots of the day, and other details, are now on Facebook.
Civility Award winner: Parnassus Prep School 1 (Osseo)
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