Attending a science fair can be a great way for students to learn more about science while having fun. The Austin Metropolitan Area Regional Science and Engineering Fair is one of the largest regional science fairs in Texas, with nearly 3,000 students from third grade to twelfth grade participating. It is organized by the Austin Science Education Foundation (ASEF) and encompasses 23 school districts in 12 counties. To participate in the Austin Energy Regional Science Festival, students must visit the Austin Energy Regional Science Festival website for more information and participation requirements.
The AERSF student guide to the “How to Make an Elementary Science Fair” project is an excellent resource to get started. Before starting a science fair project, make sure that the chosen experiment, exhibition, or collection complies with the Davis Science Fair rules, as indicated in the information package. The Round Rock Independent School District senior gold card is available to residents and retirees of the Round Rock Independent School District who are 60 years of age or older. Sports tickets for all high school and high school events held on the campuses and facilities of the Round Rock Independent School District are sold online through Hometown Ticketing.
Senior Gold Card holders have free general admission to Round Rock Independent School District sporting events open to the public. The Austin Science Education Foundation (ASEF) promotes students' knowledge and participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, preparing them and teachers for the Austin Metropolitan Area Regional Science and Engineering Fair, organizing the fair and supporting selected students to move on to the next contests. Six projects from the Senior Division are selected as winners of the best of the fair and go to the Regeneron ISEF competition. The Austin Metropolitan Area Regional Science and Engineering Fair serves public, charter, private and domestic school students from these Central Texas counties whose projects won at their schools' science fairs: Bastrop, Brazos, Burleson, Caldwell, Comanche, Fayette, Lee, Mills, Travis, Washington, Williamson and North Hays Counties. The best third, fourth, and fifth grade projects from the Davis Science Fair will move on to the Austin Energy Regional Science Festival. The Austin Science Education Foundation will promote student knowledge and participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics by participating in the Austin Regional Energy Science Festival and supporting students selected to attend the ExxonMobil Texas Science and Engineering Fair and the International Science and Engineering Fair. To ensure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience at a science fair in Round Rock Texas, it is important for participants to be aware of all rules and regulations. By following these guidelines, students can make sure that their projects comply with all regulations while also having a great time at the fair.