From our 2018 trip to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago.
Thanks for visiting the RHS Science Club's website!
What is Science Club?
The Richwoods Science Club is a (mostly) student-led organization for exploring science activities and community science projects. The club is made up of 10th-12th grade students interested in continuing science outside of the classroom. The major activities consist of community science projects (see handout), events and field experiences.
How do I Join?
Come to our first informational meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 11th from 2:40-3:00 to see what we have planned this year! If you can't make it stop by Room 402 and pick up a handout (click here: handout & powerpoint).
Sept. 6 - Field trip to see astrophysicist Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi speak at the Riverfront Museum.
Oct. 11 - Field trip to Matthiessen & Starved Rock (postponed to Mar/Apr due to weather)
Nov. 11 - Science Club Introductory Meeting
Nov/Dec - WYSE Tryouts! (for more info click here)
Interested in editing or writing the RHS Science Club newsleter? Get some hard-working friends together and let me know you're interested! Some past issues are shown below to use as example.
Special thanks to the Peoria Public Schools Foundation and PNC Bank for supporting our activities and helping make the RHS Science Club possible!
Additional Questions? Contact me (Mr. Baumgardner) at firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by Room 402 and ask me in person.