Science Fair

“Keep your ION Science!”

Over 140 students participated in the annual Science Fair where there were 85 different posters and exhibits featuring everything from bugs and brains and slime, to weather forecasting, static electricity, and more slime.  There were balloon experiments and rainbows, geodes and bath bombs and, of course, more slime!


Thank you to all of our student scientists for participating in this special event and to all of the families that attended.

Did you know that Roosevelt is the only elementary school in D64 that still does a science fair?!  Our kids are fortunate to have the opportunity to explore and share science in this way.

Sincere thanks to our dedicated committee members and volunteers for making it all happen!

Committee Members:
Shannon Donley
Deborah Hall
Annie Jerome
Karen Larson
Kate Maurer
Becky Reuhs

Additional Volunteers:
Shelley Duerkop
Tracey Edsey
Agnieszka Fillpek
Colleen Giavanotivs
Annie Huston
Vickie LaBorne
Jill Mazza
Meghan Mcllroy
Annie Monak
April Mosier
Jennifer Price
Melissa Staas

Thanks, also, to our Special Guests:
Mr. Freeze
The Wildwood Nature Center
The Park Ridge Public Library


Want more info on setting up an experiment? Click HERE.

**Please note, this is a separate event from the District 64 Science Olympiad, which is scheduled for February.