Humble ISD Science-Engineering FairsWelcome to the home page for Humble ISD’s District Science-Engineering Fairs. The District Fairs are open to all students that live within the boundaries of Humble ISD. This includes students in the public schools, private schools, and those students that are home-schooled.The District Fairs are over for the 2018-2019 school year.One of our high school students, Ryan Hartung, progressed to the Houston Regional Fair, won third place in the Senior Division for Physics and Astronomy, and progressed on to the Texas State Science and Eingeering Fair.The results of the District Elementary Science and Engineering Fair can be viewed here: District Elementary Fair ResultsOur goal is to provide an opportunity for students to enjoy more exposure to science. We do this in a way that:
We have a new feature to help students put together a GREAT Project.
- Provides hands-on exposure to science
- Presents science as fun
- Reinforces the scientific process students are learning in class
- Provides opportunities for those students who are science enthusiasts
- Recognizes those students who excel in science
- Prepares students for participating in the Science-Engineering Fair of Houston (7th grade and up)
- Teaches students to work through problems methodically and to follow a process.
Doing a Science Fair Project
InformationParents, teachers, and siblings are not permitted in the room during the judging process. Students should bring a book, a quiet game, or something else to do while waiting during the judging process. They may bring snacks and a bottle of something to drink with a screw-top lid. We will call students in for judging in small groups by grade. Until they are called, they can wait with their parents in the commons area. When they are done with the judging process, they are free to leave.
Setup for the District Fairs is done on Friday night before the Fair. The Fair is on Saturday. Parents may choose for their children to participate in the monring judging session or the afternoon judging session.If the District Secondary Fair is small, the judging will occur on Friday night during the setup time from 4 to 6 PM.The District Elementary Fair's schedule is:
Please review the information related to the Judging Process and the Awards.
- Friday afternoon, 4 to 6 PM, setup in the high school cafeteria.
- Saturday: Students do not need to check in again in for their judging session.
- Morning Judging Session, 8 AM to Noon
- Afternoon Judging Session, 1 to 5 PM
- Public Viewing, 6 to 7 PM
- Awards Ceremony and project pick up, 7 to 8 PM
- Students must have a means to reach a parent if there is no parent waiting outside the judging area.
- The completed judging sheets will not be available for review by the students, parents, or teachers. The scores will not be used for grades.
- If you are interested in helping as a judge at one of the elementary schools as part of the Judging Exchange, we need your help. 30 judges are required to fully support an elementary Fair. You may also be able to help at one of the district fairs. If you are interested, please complete the Judging Application form.
- Teams of two students are allowed . Larger teams are not allowed.