By Ian Hanigan
Need help with that upcoming science project? Why not consult an expert?
IUSD will once again host its Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15 at Rancho San Joaquin Middle School. The annual event will assist students in grades six through 12 who are working on this year’s science projects, as well as sixth-graders who have been tasked with making Rube Goldberg machines – like the ones in the Mouse Trap board game or the breakfast scene from “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.”
As in previous years, Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night attendees will have an opportunity to chat with real scientists and engineers from places like Beckman, Allergan, Rockwell, the Irvine Ranch Water District, UC Irvine, USC, Irvine Valley College and Chapman University. In addition, IUSD science teachers will be on hand to help answer questions.
Attendance is free, but each child must be supervised by an adult for the entire evening.
Rancho San Joaquin Middle School is located at 4861 Michelson Road. Visitors may park on Michelson and Yale without being ticketed, even though it says “No parking.” (Note that this special privilege applies only to Ask-A-Scientist/Engineer Night.)
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