4th & 5th Grade Science Nights
Baywood’s Science Nights will return on April1 and April 28, 2020!
This year’s Baywood 4th and 5th Grade Family Science Nights are scheduled for Wednesday,
April 1st and Tuesday, April 28th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in the Baywood MPR. These are
voluntary events that are sure to be a lot of fun for students! Sign-ups will be on a first-come,
first-served basis and open 3/2/20. The sign up link can be found here. Students may only
participate in one of the 2 events, and there is limited space, so every interested student may
not get a spot.
The April 1st event is the very popular shark dissection night; students will work in groups to
dissect a dogfish shark, seeing its internal organs up close. This is a very unique opportunity,
but dissection is not for everyone, and if you think your child will be grossed-out or bothered by
the process or what they might see or smell, please do not sign up for this session. One adult
MUST accompany each student.
The April 28th event is a science extravaganza night, with various hands-on stations that will
allow students to create and participate in their own science experiments. They will be making
stethoscopes and learning how to use them, creating their own catapults, building their own
simple electrical circuits, exploring the science of sound, and more. Drop-off is allowed for this
Please fill out the sign-up form here by March 20th, 2020 and indicate your child’s 1st and 2nd
choices. We will let you know soon of your event assignment.
Steve Miller, Karla Prodany, and Kristen Sherman