Friday, September 16, 2011

Science Month Celebration Activities

Activities and Dates

Theme-Making Contest (August 31,2011)

Criteria for judging: Originality - 30%; Relevance to the Celebration - 40%; Impact - 30%


1st Place- Dave Danson Dy 1T (Seed Today, Save Tomorrow)

2nd Place- Daphnie Divine Dy 3S (The Sprout Duels the Drought)

3rd Place- Psyche Mae Lagon 4F (Every Leaf Counts)

4th Place- Bea Leal 2D (Rebuilding Nature, Enriching Lives)

5th Place- Isabella Renee Aguilar 3O (Initiating, Innovating, Igniting)

Bulletin Board Designing (September 19-28)

Deadline (September 28)- respective Science Teachers will check the bulletin boards

Judging Date (September 30)


  • Each section will be asked to design their bulletin boards for the Science Month Celebration.
  • Only the whiteboard will be designed by the class. The left/right cork board will be used as their Science bulletin and the left/right cork board will be spared for the announcements.
  • Students are given 8 days to design their sections bulletin board.
  • The bulletin board will be one of the projects of each class in Science in the second quarter.

For the white board (Main Bulletin):

  • The design of the bulletin board must be aligned on this year’s theme (Seed Today, Save Tomorrow).
  • Since this year’s focus is on environmental awareness buying of costly materials for the boards are discouraged.

For the left cork board (Science Bulletin):

  • This is where the section will post current Science news/issues.
  • It must also have sort of “background designs”.
  • Criteria for judging:

Originality - 30%

Adherence to the Celebration Theme - 30%

Creativity - 30%

Impact - 10%

Total: 100%

Science Quiz Bowl (Battle of the Science Wiz 2011)

Elimination Round (September 20)

  • Students will be given a 100-item multiple choice written examination for the elimination process.
  • The written examination shall be composed of questions related to Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy, Environmental Science and Earth Science.
  • There will be a separate contest for Level 1 and Level 2 but the same set of questions will be used for all levels.
  • The top 30 students based on the scores from each level (1 and 2) shall proceed to the Semi-final Round.

Semi-Final Round (September 23)

  • The top 60 students who qualified for this round will be given another 70-item written examination composed of identification items.
  • The top 10 students from Level 1 and 2 based on the scores will advance to the Final round.

Final Round (September 29)

  • The final phase shall be divided into three rounds: Easy, Average and Difficult

Tree Planting Activity (First Phase- Collection of Fruit Bearing Trees)

Collection of fruit-bearing trees (Deadline: September 28, 2011)

  • Each year level will be assigned to collect the following fruit bearing trees:
First Year- Mango

Second Year- Jackfruit

Fourth Year- Neem/ Palm Tree

  • Each student has to bring the assigned seedling on the said deadline.
  • Seedlings must be at least 1 FOOT tall.
  • The seedlings must be labelled with the student’s name, name of the seedling, and year and section.
  • All students will submit their seedlings at the old canteen area on September 28 for classification. (Labels will be provided on the place).
  • No student will be allowed to bring their seedlings to their classrooms instead; they are to proceed to the specified place early in the morning on the said date.
  • If ever that a student has other kind/type of seedling available at home aside from the assigned ones, they may submit it instead of the one required of them.

1 comment:

  1. Very inspiring! we are also doing something like this. The Magic of Science Show is a Regional Magic School Tour. It was initiated by the members of Streetmagic Club of Iloilo. The show was designed to bridge the gap between science and magic.. Check us out on Facebook, Science Magic Philippines! Science Rocks!