Last week volunteers from the Benton and Franklin Community Health Alliance provided free dental care to children under the age of fifteen. Click here for the complete story. If you would like to showcase your charitable care event on the WSDA blog please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Golden Apple-winner Dr. Mike Huey is looking for judges — lots of them. "We need about 200 judges for the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair," Huey said recently, "It's a lot of fun, but we have thousands of entries!"
Anyone who has a desire to promote the advancement of the sciences and science education can participate as a judge at the event. Those judging the high school division will require more specialized knowledge in a particular field, while judges for lower grades will be more focused on encouragement for the future. New judges will be paired with more experienced judges, which will make things easier and more enjoyable for first-timers.
Volunteer judges are expected to evaluate projects in an impartial manner while applying the judging guidelines and provide positive feedback to the student. It's a fun and interesting way to give back to the state, so come and help out. To sign up to be a judge, go here. For a brochure with additional information, click here.
REGISTER ONLINE AND SAVE $25 · Online registration is fast, easy, and lets you see what workshops are available in real time, making getting that perfect PNDC schedule a breeze. Plus, by registering online, you’ll save the $25 processing fee. Register online before April 30 to qualify for the Early Bird rate, too!
Make sure you send us pictures and stories from your Give Kids a Smile events this month. We'll run as many images as we have space for, and might even run them over two issues!