Introducing our 2023 program, Wonder!
Massapequa is hosting Camp Invention this summer at Unqua Elementary School from Aug 7, 2023, through Aug 11, 2023. Please click the link below for details and registration information.
Place: Held at Unqua Elementary School
Grades: Children entering grades 1 - 6
Program Dates: 8/7/23 - 8/11/23
Program Times: 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Camp Invention Volunteers
If you are interested in being a volunteer for Camp Invention, please complete the form below. Responses will be accepted through May 19th.
Secondary students are encouraged to participate in the extra-curricular science programs offered by the Massapequa School District. Please visit the Clubs & Activites page of your school for details.
New York State Science Olympiad (“NYSSO”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which seeks to engage and challenge students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (“STEM”) through various levels of team-based competitive tournaments throughout New York State.
Please visit the website of New York State Science Olympiad website for information on events, team registration, regional & state tournaments, policies, and procedures.
Science Discovery Fair
The science research students of Massapequa High School, in cooperation with the Massapequa School District, host an annual Science Discovery Fair (usually the middle of March) for students in grades K-8. The fair is open to individual or team projects (a maximum of 3 members per team.)
Students need to plan and develop a project on a science topic of their choice. Students may look through sources such as books, magazines, television, the internet, and interviews to develop and test their hypothesis. Projects should include a problem statement, procedures, observations, data, conclusions, and bibliography. Each student or team displays and presents their project at the Discovery Fair. Judges evaluate the projects and present awards.
Science Research Program
The Science Research Program begins with Introduction to Research at Berner for students in 8th Grade. Research I and Laboratory Skills for Research are the courses for students in the first year of high school. The research courses continue at the Main Campus, leading to the International Prep class for seniors.
If you have a strong interest in science, enjoy problem-solving and like science competitions, such as the Science Discovery Fair, you may be interested in the Science Research Program. Information about the program, application process, and the forms can be found on our PowerSchool Learning class titled Science Research Applicants. All applications must be completed online.
Students are encouraged to join the Science Olympiad and the Science Research Club at the Main Campus.