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DCB to Host Science Olympiad

Date Published: 3/25/24


Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) is excited to host the Northeast Regional Science Olympiad on campus April 4, 2024. Area schools create teams to compete for the chance to qualify for the North Dakota State Science Olympiad competition.

Depending upon the school districts, teams comprise junior high and senior high students. 2024 has nine Junior High and eleven high school teams registered. Area schools participating includes Bottineau Public School, Cavalier High School, Drake-Anamoose High School, Langdon, MLS-Mohall, Rugby High School, Minnewaukan, Rolla, Ray High School, Turtle Mountain Community High School, Valley-Edinburg, TGU-Granville, and TGU-Towner. During the competition, students will compete in a variety of events, which deal with the science curriculum students learn in their classrooms.

Science Olympiad is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of K-12 science education, increasing male, female and minority interest in science, creating technologically literate work force and providing recognition for outstanding achievement by both students and teachers.

The winners of the Regional Science Olympiad will move onto the state title competition April 20, 2024, on the North Dakota State University campus.

Join DCB on Thursday, April 4 as area students compete on campus.