• Welcome to Copley Science Olympiad!
    Contact Ms. Jen Rieger
     
    Middle School (Division B) 
                                                   and High School (Division C)
    Turn, Turn, Turn
  • 2020-2021 Science Olympiad Season has been APPROVED!! I will start reaching out to everyone soon! My goal is to begin "practices" in some capacity in October! I am working on our plans for the year! 
     
    Make sure you have signed up for the REMINDS: 
    Middle School: @3socfcs
    High School: @copleyhsso
    Coaches: @cfcscoach
     
    Students: There is now a google classroom for you to join (only Copley Email Addresses) a37z67v
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Other important dates: 
     
    Informational Meetings:
    October Concession Fundrasier:
    Practices Start: 
    Invitationals: 
    High School Concession Sales:
    Regionals: 
    States: 
    High School Banquet: 
     
     
     
    **If Copley-Fairlawn City Schools are "Closed" on a Saturday due to weather our bus transportation will be cancelled. You may still choose to attend the invitational (unless that invitational is also cancelled for weather, although this does not usually happen). Parents are welcome to drive and carpool to the competition if they want to brave the weather to compete. We will plan on putting the students who are able to make the drive into the competition for the day. It will be a crazy day :) 
     
     
     
    Are you interested in COACHING???? WE NEED YOU! 
    Email me ASAP! The schedule is still a work in progress, but the link can be found below in RED 
     
     

    Please use your Copley Schools log in and CLICK HERE for the most up to date Practice and Competition Schedule (Invitationals, Regionals, States) 

    *Interesting in joining next year? We are always looking for students and coaches for the program. Check out the calendar for informational meetings in September. Practices start in October and are held on Thursdays. Students in grades 5-12 are welcome!  
     

     

    Students should try out new events and should pay particular attention to the events with low attendance. The events with less students means a greater chance of attending the competitions. Suggestions will be made after the first few weeks of practice. Students should be prepared to work. The hour of practice will go quickly and there is plenty of information to cover. Students should expect to study new materials and information as homework until the next practice. Students should also use their school google doc accounts to gather information and create note sheets for the competitions. There is a significant amount of independent study in this program.  

    More information about the schedule can be found on the Science Olympiad calendar on this webpage. Questions about the program will be explained in the "General Information" section. Please check this website frequently as it is the best way for our team to communicate. 

     
     
     

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