ESO at JHS 2019 Details Now Available
The Elementary Science Olympiad at Jacksonville High School enters its 26th year of competitions in 2019 as we look to welcome over 30 teams and over 600 student participants to Jacksonville on Saturday, February 23rd. Read over the ESO at JHS 2019 Details for complete information on this year's Olympiad, a premier elementary education event in Alabama.
ESO 2019 Group Assignments, Event Schedule, Checklist Now Online
Jacksonville High School will welcome 26 teams for ESO 2019. View the ESO at JHS 2019 Group Assignments now to see your school's placement in one of our three groups. Also online is the ESO 2019 Event Schedule, note the different event times for each group on the schedule. And, the first version of the ESO 2019 Event Checklist is online with all the information you need for each event, except room assignments which will be made by late January.
Registration Remains Open for New and Returning Teams
The Elementary Science Olympiad at JHS will return to JHS for its 26th annual competition on Saturday, February 23rd. Register your team for this year's competition now here at esoatjhs.org. Visit our ESO at JHS 2019 Team Registration page to complete our web form. We will continue to accept registrations through Wednesday, December 12th.
ESO at JHS Changes for 2019
The Alabama Science Olympiad is looking to expand the excitement of elementary-level competitions to new schools across our state. As a result, the ESO at JHS is supporting the effort to create more manageable competitions that new hosts can launch in 2020 and beyond (perhaps one closer to your town!). 28 events and 24 participants per team are both the largest for any competition at any level of Science Olympiad in Alabama. So, we're downsizing slightly. In 2019, the ESO at JHS will feature 24 total events. We will continue to permit up to 24 students, including up to 8 sixth graders, as part of the team. Please anticipate smaller teams in 2020. Returning coaches, look for an email from us for more information.
Clanton Intermediate Claims ESO at JHS 2018 Team Title
Clanton Intermediate School (Clanton) returned to the top in 2018, capturing its second overall team championship at the 2018 Elementary Science Olympiad at Jacksonville High School on Saturday, February 24th. Kitty Stone Elementary (Jacksonville) was 2nd and the Donoho School (Anniston) took third. View the the over 300 individual medalists -- the top six finishers in each of the 28 events -- on our ESO 2018 Award Winners page.
And, checkout photos and other highlights from this year's Olympiad in which we celebrated 25 years of the ESO at JHS on the ESO 2018 Fast Facts page.
Make ESO Part of Your Classroom
The Elementary Science Olympiad is an excellent way to encourage your students to explore the world of science. More than just a competition, ESO presents a number of events that make
great classroom activities. Sample a few ESO events, created by the JHS staff, in our ESO at JHS Event Archive. Or, get the complete ESO Coaches Manual full of over 80 events. Visit the Science Olympiad home page for ordering information.
Last Updated: December 9, 2018.