Thank-you for all of your efforts in helping your students to
more fully appreciate and understand all aspects of the sciences, math and
engineering. When it comes down to it, you have been entrusted to help
shape and mold the future of your students, our country and our world.
This truly is an awesome responsibility. Remember that all of our famous
scientists and engineers were once students themselves who were probably
inspired and certainly encouraged by their teachers.
We believe that science fairs are an important means of teaching students about
science or engineering through hands-on experiences. That is why we are
here to help you prepare your students to undertake science projects and to help
you to possibly host a science fair at your school.
Important note to teachers:
All NEOSEF applications will need to be uploaded to our online registration page
http://neosef.stemwizard.com. We are using only online registration this
year; paper applications will no longer be accepted.
For help navigating the online registration site, please review
the videos linked on the NEOSEF home page. In addition, you may request in
person support at your school. Please contact Jim Bader at
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment.
Need judges for your Fair?
If you need assistance in obtaining judges for your
local science fair, you may try one of the following resources.
They may be able to help put you in touch with possible fair judges.
1. Norm Schmidt from the Cleveland Regional Council of
Science Teachers. He can be reached at NSwims1@aol.com
2. Charlie Reno from the American Association of Physics
Teachers. He can be reached at
Important educator links
2018 Fair handbook
Online registration help videos
Student Fair Prizes Student Resource
Subject categories Rules
and Regulations NEOSEF Contacts
Fair Sponsors Special Award Sponsors
How to organize your
school science fair
Broadcom MASTERS Program
Maps and Directions to the Fair (coming soon)
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