JUNIOR SCIENTIST NIGHT
Save the Date
March 13, 2015
Need an evening to yourself? Let us take care of your children for the evening and we will do some AWESOME science experiments with them.
Please register your child at the link in the box below (Please register by 12pm on 3/12/15).
THANK YOU to everyone who attended! An email will be out shortly with pictures of the event!
The UCHS Biomedical Sciences Program and HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Chapter are hosting a JUNIOR SCIENTIST NIGHT on March 13th, 2015 from 5pm-8pm.
The evening will begin promptly at 5pm. Participants from kindergarten through 5th grade will be assigned to a team with some of our very own biomedical students. These teams will then spend the evening rotating through a variety of laboratory stations. At each station will be a science experiment or demonstration. Some of the things students will do throughout the evening will be:
As you can see, participants will have an evening full of amazing science fun. And the best part? This gives you a night to yourself or if you would like to participate along with your child, feel free to stay! You can go out to dinner with your significant other. Or simply spend some quiet time at home. Either way, leave the kids to us. We will have a blast doing experiments and other fun science-y stuff.
It only costs $20 per child for 3 hours of great educational entertainment. You MUST REGISTER ONLINE BY THURSDAY March 12th at noon. Please submit a separate registration for each child. No payment is necessary now. Simply bring the $20/child fee with you the night of the event. To register, click on the link above.
Why: All proceeds from tonight’s event will benefit the local University City High School HOSA Chapter.
The UCHS HOSA chapter was started in 2014. They are a team of PLTW Biomedical Sciences students who participate in the national organization HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America). The students work together to develop leadership skills, network with other people in the field of health care and prepare for and compete in events related to their career interests.