Chinook and Conrad Middle Schools to compete in statewide science tournament showcased on Hi-Line Today

Nearly 900 middle and high school students from 80 teams across Montana will gather on Friday, April 19th at Montana State University to compete in a variety of STEM disciplines during the Montana Science Olympiad State Tournament. The event, which showcases the dedication and talent of students in the STEM fields, offers an opportunity for participants to test their skills and knowledge in a competitive environment.

The participating teams include Conrad Middle School and Chinook Middle School, both located within the New Media Broadcasters listening area. Students from schools all over Montana form pairs or trios to compete in individual events, with the opportunity to earn medals. The school with the highest cumulative score will be crowned the state champion. The winning team will also have the chance to compete at the national tournament held at Michigan State University later in the spring.

The Montana Science Olympiad State Tournament is an exciting and rewarding experience for all participants, providing them with hands-on learning opportunities and a chance to collaborate with their peers from different schools. This event is a great way for students to engage in STEM learning and demonstrate their passion for these subjects.

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