The Countdown is On to ESO 2019
Elementary Science Olympiad 2019 at Jacksonville High School is almost here! Coaches: Make sure you read over the latest update email with all the final reminders sent February 14th. Didn't get it? Please drop us a note. And, jump to the ESO at JHS News section for all the latest information or to submit any preregistration data updates.
Event Schedules Updated with Rooms, Maps Available
We've finalized room locations for all events. Check the ESO 2019 Event Schedule for details. You can view the event schedule by group - Newton, Hubble, or Einstein - for a simplified version for your team. Classroom maps for 2019 are now in the ESO at JHS News section.
Rule Clarifications on ESO 2019 Event Checklist
Be sure to read any event rule clarifications (modifications from ESO Coaches Manual materials in particular), located on our ESO at JHS 2019 Event Checklist. Complete event rules for our 24 events are found either in the official ESO Coaches Manual (mailed following registration) or online in our Event Archive (ESO at JHS original events).
ESO 2019 Group Assignments, Event Admission Tickets
Jacksonville High School will welcome 24 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. And, don't forget, your participants will need an event admission ticket for each event; you can print those and complete by hand or type into a PDF form. Visit our ESO at JHS News section for a link to download your ticket template.
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: February 20, 2019.