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Hawaii ESO Director: Kathy Lin
ESO Tournament Director: Dylan Sodetani

Elementary Science Olympiad (ESO) is open to all public, private, charter, and home schools in Hawaii as well as groups that involve students in grades 3 – 6 (i.e Cub/Girl/Boy Scouts and after school programs).  Since some Hawaii Elementary schools only go to 5th grade while others include 6th grade, we allow up to seven (7) 6th grade students on a team as long as those students were not also on a Division B team.

Proposed 2020-2021 Events:

Aluminum Boat

Birds of a Feather

Brain Power

Catch A Wave

Climate Cadets

COVID Conqueror

Describe it Build it

Lever Up

Marble Madness

Minerals Rock!

Pure Potpourri

Science Pictionary

Secret Structures

Spaghetti Tower

Star Power


The tournament will take place virtually over the week of April 12th - 16th. Events will be held from 2:15 to 5:15 every day of the week except for Wednesday, April 14th. The award ceremony will be held virtually on April 24th.


Schools MUST register to be eligible to compete in any of the events! There will be no registration fee for teams this year. Each school/organization will be allowed to register up to two teams.


During registration, teams will have the option to register for a Coaches Clinic on February 20th, which is an event for coaches or teachers to learn more about the events being held and to provide an opportunity to ask questions directly to the tournament event supervisors.


Registration was closed on January 31st.

If you would still to inquire about participating or other inquiries regarding tournament details and logistics (including event offerings, schedule, etc), please contact the tournament director at hielementaryscioly@gmail.com

 

Online Tournament

Hawaii ESO Director: Kathy Lin
ESO Tournament Director:  Dylan Sodetani
Date/Time: April 12-16, 2021 (virtually)
Awards: April 24, 2021 (virtually)

Events take place from 2:15P - 5:15P each day during the scheduled week except Wednesday.

 

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