World’s largest elementary science olympiad hosted by AAPS

Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News

Ann Arbor Public Schools once again hosted the county-wide Washtenaw Elementary Science Olympiad at Pioneer High School over the weekend. It is the largest of its kind in the world.

The day-long event—which welcomed all elementaries from the county to join each AAPS elementary in various competitions—is an anticipated annual event. Thirty-nine schools sent students in grades 2-5 to compete in 21 different events, then gathered in the gym for the award ceremony. See some highlights from the fourth grade competion Saturday:

Here are some highlights from the second and third grade competition.



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