HOW THE DAY OF THE FAIR WORKS
MORNING Junior Metro History Fair F.A.Q. (Schools Lo-Z)
AFTERNOON Junior Metro History Fair F.A.Q. (Schools A-Li)
Exhibits, Documentaries, Performance are pre-assigned and sent to teachers.
Bring project and two to three sets of their Summary Statement and Annotated Bibliography, stapled.
Submit Student Authorization with your project (if teacher didn't do so already).
Students and families may want to bring a snack--there are no vendors. (And books, games, electronics, for waiting time activities.)
Websites and Papers are judged off-site in advance, therefore students need not attend the fair. However, they may come if they want to participate in an optional moderated group discussion. Sign up for an appointment time with the links below:
Morning Session Websites & Papers Discussion Sign-up
Afternoon Session Websites & Papers Discussion Sign-Up
MAP OF LANE TECH ASSIGNED ROOMS
AT THE EVENT (@ session)
All students set-up exhibit or visit room to make sure tech works (pre-assigned)
When not presenting, students and families chill-out in Auditorium: complete student survey and receive a HF poster, lunch bag and pen!
Documentaries and Performances presented, interviews occur concurrently
Website and Paper discussion groups occur (optional)
Exhibits are judged without the student present
Exhibit students return to the hall for judges' interviews
Public viewing for 15 minutes after interviews
Projects advancing to Illinois History Day will be announced on April 25, morning