We are looking for additional volunteers!
Sign up at: http://www.signupgenius.c
For folks who are new to Stratton, or new to this event, we thought we’d try to answer a few questions you might have:
1. What is Science Night?
Science Night is an evening of interactive, hands-on stations for kids in grades K-5 that are created and run by volunteers.
2. What are some of the activities?
Last year some of the activities included: designing the strongest bridge made out of straws, testing for acids and bases using cabbage juice, making a stethoscope, writing computer code, investigating shark teeth and designing a circuit to light a light bulb. Science Night typically has more than 15 activities that are geared towards grades K-5, so there are stations that children of all ages can enjoy and learn from.
3. Who runs Science Night?
Last year, 65 volunteers, including parents, grandparents, family friends, alumni and their parents, and graduate students were involved.
4. Can I volunteer for Science Night? Do I need to be a scientist? What should I do?
Absolutely. Anyone affiliated with the Stratton community can volunteer! You don’t need to be a scientist. Please sign up: http://www.signupgenius.com/
5. Where is it located?
Science Night will be held at the Stratton School cafeteria and gym, 180 Mountain Avenue.
6. How do I get involved?
Contact Sheila (email@example.com) or Chandreyee (firstname.lastname@example.org) or sign up for a shift at http://www.signupgenius.com/