Ohio Science Day Fund

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The Ohio Academy of Science conducts an annual Science Day each year in May. Science Day is the culmination of a process where students in grades 7 to 12 develop science projects and compete at their school, district and regional competitions. Behavioral health is one of the areas in which students may compete. In recent years, OPA has judged approximately 130 entries.

OPA supports State Science Day by providing judges and cash prizes to the most outstanding projects. Gifts from individuals, regional and affiliate organizations support cash prizes to the top students in the behavioral health category of the Ohio Science Day.

Interested in serving as a Science Day judge? Contact Michael Ranney.

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