Montana Science Olympiad 2020 - 2021

 

The Montana Science Olympiad is being moved to Spring 2021. There will be no live or virtual tournament this fall, although we encourage coaches to assemble their teams for the upcoming season.

Check out thenew “MySO” on the National Science Olympiad Website for exciting monthly challenges that will engage your team in STEM, and watch for the 20-21 Rules Manuals to be posted on Sept. 8. Montana will name its events for the upcoming season shortly. We will draw heavily on last year’s line-up, although some changes may occur due to the complications of large-group events and/or a virtual format.

If you have any questions, please email us at mtscioly@montana.edu.


                                Sci-Tech Summit                                           Professional development conference for K-12 Educators

Science Math Resource Center and School Services of Montana have decided to cancel the upcoming Sci-Tech Summit virtual conference scheduled for Aug. 12-14, 2020. We have decided to postpone the conference to a later date that would be more supportive of school professional learning plans leading up to the new school year.

 


Congratulations 2020  AMC 10/12  Winners!

Science Math Resource Center announces the awards to the following top scorers: 


 

 

 

 

Grade

 Contest

 

 

First Place

$100

EDWARD

GUTHRIE

9

AMC 10A

AIME Qualifier

Guthrie Academy

Second Place

$75

BRYCE

KIM

9

AMC 12B

 

Bozeman High School

Third Place

$25

SOREN

JOHNSON

11

AMC 12A

 

Bozeman High School

Third Place

$25

AMBER

CHOU

8

AMC  10A

 

Sacajawea Middle School

Special tribute to Edward Guthrie on scaling new heights!

 

 


 

                           35th Montana Science Olympiad                                Tuesday, November 26, 2019  MTSO 2019

Congratulations to Montana Science Olympiad Winners!

Division C:   1st Place - Hamilton High School
                       2nd Place - Helena High School
                       3rd Place - Capital High School

Division B:   1st Place - Corvallis Middle School
                       
2nd Place - Lewistown Junior High School
                       3rd Place - CR Anderson Middle School

                                                     and 

Division C Small School: First Place -North Toole County High School

Division B Small School: First Place -  Absarokee Middle School

November 26, 2019 School Results for Division C

November 26, 2019 School Results for Division B 

Tuesday, November 26, 2019 - MSU’s Science Math Resource hosted the Montana Science Olympiad, where middle school and high school students from across the state competed in team and individual events that tested their knowledge of astronomy, anatomy, meteorology, chemistry, food science and engineering. Total 120 teams from 97 schools across Montana participated in the 35th annual event with the help of about 200 wonderful volunteers.

Read more on the event:


 

                                         2019 SUMMER EVENTS                                        Montana State University Campus

                    Math Summer Camp  August 19 - 22                  

MathCampIn this four-day summer camp, our campers solved hundreds of challenging math problems not taught in the school curriculum, worked on interesting math puzzles and games, and get prepared for math contests such as American Mathematics Contests 8 (AMC 8) and 10 (AMC 10).

                           Montana Science Summer Institute &                                STEM Summit August 6 - 8

STEM Summit

Second Annual Science Summer Institute connected Classrooms to Careers- Pre-K through 12 educators and administrators as well as out-of-school time professionals.

STEM summit5A

 

 

MSU President Waded Cruzado was addressing the STEM summit participants. The summit was sponsored MSU Science Math Resource Center and Montana Afterschool Alliance.

Citizen Science and the Lewis & Clark Trail 


Educator WS

The Citizen Science and the Lewis & Clark Trail workshop was held on June 28. If you would like information about the projects and resources discussed, please contact Suzi Taylor with the MSU Science Math Resource Center at taylor@montana.edu