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Postponed

 

Our annual Science Trek 2020 for 3rd-5th grade. We are rescheduling to Sept. 18-19, 2020.

 

Science Trek 2020

Reveal the Incredible

April 24-25, 2020

3rd - 5th Graders

$45

We are excited for the 31st year of Science Trek! This annual event is a gateway for young scientists to learn more about the sciences and explore possibilities for the future. An overnight adventure at the Idaho Museum of Natural History, Science Trek has given thousands of 3rd through 5th-grade children the opportunity to explore the frontiers of science with premier scientists at Idaho State University.

Come and join this year’s adventures in Science Trek on Friday, April 24, 2020. Engage in a night of thrilling scientific exploration. Work with scientists in Anthropology, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Geosciences, Information Technology, Nuclear Engineering, Microbiology, Physics, and Technology. Explore and investigate fascinating new possibilities in science.

Roll out your sleeping bag, then enjoy a science show, hands-on activity, movie, and pizza. Settle into sleep with the saber-tooth cat, ground sloth, sharks, dinos, and other amazing critters in our gallery. All Trekkers receive an official Science Trek 2020 T-shirt.

Pre-Registration Only! First Come, First Serve. REGISTRATION CLOSE: April 6, 2020.

When your registration has been processed, you will receive Admission and Permission forms. You will need these to enter Science Trek.

Science Trek is co-hosted by Idaho Public Television and Idaho Museum of Natural History.

Is the camp fee a hardship? Children can apply for a financial scholarship! Write a short paragraph (not more than 150 words) explaining why you think you deserve to be chosen for a scholarship to attend Science Trek. Submit your paragraph to kari.wardle@idahoptv.org or at the Idaho Museum of Natural History.

All registration must include payment. If you choose to pay with check, cash or money order you must contact the Museum Education Center. For information, contact the Museum Education Center (208)-282-2195 or jonevir2@isu.edu.