Nevada High School Science Bowl
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For more information on the Nevada Science Bowl contact:
Daniel Burns at (702) 295-5071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the 26th Annual
Nevada High School
February 3-4, 2017
Congratulations Davidson Academy of Reno on Winning the 2017 Nevada Science Bowl!
On behalf of the National Nuclear Security Administration Nevada Field Office (NNSA/NFO), we are pleased to announce the 2017 Nevada Science Bowl for high school competition will take place February 3-4, 2017 at the National Atomic Testing Museum (NATM) and Vegas PBS. We would be honored to have your school field a team for this event.
Thirty-two teams from high schools in California, Nevada, and Utah are welcome to participate in this round robin - double-elimination competition. Monetary awards are given to the first through ninth place teams for use in their school's mathematics/science departments. Although other Science Bowl competitions will take place throughout the country, individual schools may only enter one regional competition per year.
If you are considering entering more than one team, please submit a separate registration packet for each team. The goal is to field single teams from 32 different high schools. You may register an additional team from your school, but the second team will be held until the deadline. If there are not 32 individual school teams received by the deadline, the second teams will be placed in order of the postmark date. Every effort will be made to accommodate all registered teams, but we must adhere to the 14 out-of-town and 32 total team limits. A team consists of one coach, an optional co-coach, four team players and one alternate.
The team that wins the Nevada Science Bowl competition will be eligible to compete in the National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C., April 27 - May 1, 2017. All members of the winning regional team must commit to participate in the National Science Bowl or the second-place team will be asked to substitute.
To register, print out the forms below, fill them out, and obtain all signatures (including witness signatures). Please keep a copy of the registration form for your records. The Team Coach must mail all completed forms back to the Science Bowl Coordinator, Daniel Burns, by Wednesday, December 14, 2016. The return date stamp determines your participation. Submit only typed or printed original registration forms. Students who are not U.S. citizens may compete, but must provide proof of legal residency. No faxed registration forms will be accepted. You will be contacted to confirm your participation.
2017 Nevada High School Science Bowl Winner
The Davidson Academy of Nevada team of Reno, Nevada, marched through a 32-team, round robin and double-elimination tournament to win the U.S. Department of Energy's Nevada Science Bowl Tournament held Saturday, February 4, 2016 at Vegas PBS. Teams from California, Nevada, and Utah participated in the competition. The Davidson Academy of Nevada team won $5,000 for their school and claimed an all expense paid trip to Washington D.C. to represent the region in the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl Competition, April 27 - May 1, 2017, in Washington D.C.
Other teams that placed in the tournament were:
Second Place $2500
Clark High School, Las Vegas, Nevada
Third Place $1500
Palo Verde High School, Las Vegas, Nevada
Fourth Place $1000
Rancho High School, Las Vegas, Nevada
Fifth Place $500
The Meadows School, Las Vegas, Nevada
Northwest Career & Technical Academy, Las Vegas, Nevada
Seventh Place $300
Coral Academy of Science, Las Vegas, Nevada
Green Valley High School, Henderson, Nevada
Ninth Place $100
Cedar High School, Cedar City, Utah
Coral Academy of Science, Reno, Nevada
Coronado High School, Henderson, Nevada
Legacy High School, North Las Vegas, Nevada
Previous Nevada Science Bowl Winners
2016 Science Bowl Winner
Davidson Academy, Reno, Nevada
2015 Science Bowl Winner
Northwest Career & Technical Academy, Las Vegas, NV
2014 Science Bowl Winner
The Meadows School, Las Vegas, NV
2013 Science Bowl Winner
The Meadows School, Las Vegas, NV
2012 Science Bowl Winner
Advanced Technologies Academy, Las Vegas, NV
2011 Science Bowl Winner
Palo Verde High School, Las Vegas, NV
RETURN FORMS TO:
Nevada Science Bowl Coordinator, Daniel Burns
National Security Technologies, LLC
Mail Stop NLV119
Las Vegas, NV 89193-8521
Coaches Score Sheet
Code of Conduct
Reimbursement Request For Out-Of-Town Teams
Strategies For Success
National Science Bowl Rules
Map From McCarran Airport To The National Atomic Testing Museum
Science Education at Energy.gov
National Science Bowl