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Science Mania Day scheduled at Northmont

CLAYTON – On Saturday, Dec. 3 from 1:30-4 p.m., Northmont Middle School will be hosting the annual Science Mania Day.

Science Mania Day is a science fun day, targeting any students in grades 2-6. The Northmont Middle School Science Olympiad team will be participating in a day long Build Event exhibit, including bottle rockets, wind power, and hovercrafts.

>>Related: Northmont’s Academic Challenge team wins title

All exhibits will be open for viewing by the general public.

Also, the Science Olympiad team members will be running a large, hands on science booth, with experiments targeting elementary aged students. Activities will cover all areas of science, including anatomy, astronomy, chemistry, geology, simple machines, and more.

>>Related: Northmont Rotary recognizes student

Science Mania Day is a fundraiser for the Science Olympiad team, and admission is $2 per person at the door. There will also be concessions foods and baked goods offered for sale inside; along with a Raffle table full of holiday gift options donated from local businesses. Any and all elementary students and their parents are invited to attend.

>>Related: Northmont accepting nominees for school district honors

Reach Northmont Middle School at (937) 832-6500. Northmont Middle School is located at 4810 W. National Rd., Clayton.


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