NUTLEY, NJ - There is still time to sign up to participate in the 2019 Nutley Academic Booster Club Science Fair taking place at Nutley High School on March 16 at Nutley High School.  

"The Science Fair is a great opportunity to enhance your child's STEM education in a low-risk, high-reward environment," says Tricia McKinney, Nutley Academic Booster Club President. "Students can find a science spin on their favorite hobbies--like sports or baking or video games, or they can use this as an opportunity to learn something brand new--from subatomic particles to how galaxies are formed. The range of projects we see every time we hold the Science Fair is astounding and inspiring."

Students can sign up to do individual exhibits or work in groups of up to four students. Judges will score each project and award prizes to the top three scorers at each grade level.

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All participants must live in Nutley, but they can attend K-6 grade anywhere, including homeschooling.

To sign up, visit and fill out an online form before Friday March 8, 2019.

The Science Fair is free and open to the public. In addition to student projects, the Science Fair will feature fun and educational programming from The Lizard Guys, Science Tellers, Dinosaurs Rock, and Mad Science as well as crafts, science books for sale, presentations by Nutley High School clubs and local community organizations

There will also be a drawing of the Nutley ABC's annual raffle prize. This year's raffle winner will receive 2 tickets to be in the audience for each of the following television shows: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Late Night with Seth Meyers, A Today Show summer concert (performer TBD), ABC's The View, and The Dr. Oz Show. If you have not already entereed the drawing for the raffle, you can do so at the Science Fair. 

The Science Fair will be held on Saturday, March 16th from 9am to 2pm at Nutley High School. 

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Photos are from the 2017 Nutley Academic Booster Club Science Fair.