In partnership with the Children's Science Center, the CRS PTA hosts a fun-filled evening of hands-on STEM activities in select years. Family Science Night was last held in May 2019 and will not be scheduled for the 2019-2020 school year. Check back for potential scheduling in the 2020-2021 school year.
Science Night Volunteers:
Volunteers are needed to set-up and manage the various activity stations. Each volunteer will receive a guide that explains the activity/experiment. CSC members will be on hand to advise you.
Check back for details when the next Science Night is scheduled.
Science Night Activities (2018-2019 School Year):
Using my senses to explore and experiment: Designed for Grades K-1
Stacking Currency: Building Financial Literacy
Are You My Baby?: Animal Adaptations
Finding Fossils: A Classification Mystery
Investigating the world around me: Designed for Grades 2-3
My Body: Getting to the HEART of Your Heart
Magnets at Work: Everyday Uses
Medieval Mayhem: Simple vs. Compound Machines
Describing and analyzing what I've learned: Designed for Grades 4-6
How Slow Can You Go?: Defying Gravity
Aeronautical Engineer: Lift vs. Drag
Shrink Me!: Taking Metric Measurements
Working and learning together: Designed for Families
Slime Piano: Making Music with Circuits
It's All Relative: Exploring Gravity in Space
Rising Seas: A Topographical Exploration
Questions? Contact the VP of Family and Student Activities.
- Thursday, August 22
- Monday, August 26
- Wednesday, August 28
- Thursday, August 29
- Friday, August 30