Science Olympiad is a program for American school age children in which they compete in teams with the overall goal of increasing student interest in science. Along with stimulating student interest, the program also recognizes outstanding accomplishment and enhances the quality of science education.
This year, Dakota College at Bottineau hosted the Northeast Regional Science Olympiad on Tuesday, March 25.
There were two divisions with 15 events in each division. Events ranged from lab activities to construction events, which included robots, gliders, and helicopters. Langdon, Bottineau, Williston, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, Rolla, and Turtle Mountain High School competed. Division C results were as follows: 1st place Bottineau, 2nd place Rolla, 3rd place Langdon, and 4th place Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood. Division B results were as follows: 1st place Bottineau, 2nd place Langdon, and 3rd place Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood.
DCB would like to thank all of those - particularly the participants and their advisors - who made the annual Science Olympiad a success.