Science Olympiad



Dodgen-Walton Invitational - Mini-SO





This year's competition was on Saturday, November 14, 2020. We followed the Mini SO model setup by the National Science Olympiad organization.  Teams from around the US attended in 2 flights - 1 for newer/less experienced teams and 1 for State & Nationally ranked teams.   


If you have questions, contact the tournament director at dodgenscioly@gmail.com.



Award Ceremony - Saturday November 21, 2020



      -  Invitational Flight Award Ceremony - 5:00 pm EST   (Teams B1-50)

                     Invitational Flight Awards Link:   https://youtu.be/HMmufJN5gOI

 The video is set to premiere at 5:00 pm EST, so the comments will be open for students to chat and congratulate each other while the video auto-plays for everyone. This will allow everyone to come together for a virtual watch party at 5:00 pm EST.

 

      -  Gold Flight Award Ceremony - 3:30 pm EST  (Teams B70-85)

                       Gold Flight Awards Link:     
https://youtu.be/PiuRPI7WTSU


Results and instructions for accessing tests and answer keys will be emailed to head coaches after the 2nd Award Ceremony

Access to Student tests in Scilympiad will be opened after 8:00 pm EST on 11/21/2020.  Scilympiad tests will only be available through December 5th.

Tournament Resources:


Tournament Day

Students - to take your tests

            -  In top Blue Bar, select "Tournament" -> "Student Dashboard" -> "Take test using Login ID"

All times on the Schedule are in the Eastern Standard Time Zone


Scilympiad Signup


Upcoming Dates

Tournament - November 14, 2020

Award Ceremony - November 21, 2020 

  • Gold Flight 3:30 pm EST (Teams B70-B82); 

  • Invitational Flight 5:00 pm EST (Teams B01-B46)     

Sign up for events - October 26 @ 8pm EDT - Nov 2 - CLOSED. 


Announcements





On tournament day, student will take tests online by going to "Tournament" -> "Student Dashboard"

Take Test using Login ID


Sponsors


  Lockheed Martin



Information about Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad

Science Olympiad is nationwide competition. Students compete in 23 events that include earth science, biology, chemistry, physics, and engineering. Science Olympiad is designed to increase a student’s interest in STEM fields and provide recognition for outstanding achievement in team events. Students compete in Science Olympiad with the top teams advancing from Regional to State to National levels.

Please, review the rules for the events by downloading them at the Soinc website.