Chem Lab

Anne Buffington and Mariam Bastawrous of Gilbert compete in the chemistry lab as they answer questions involving the science processes of chemistry focused in the areas of Aqueous Solutions and Acids and Bases.

Science Olympiad competitions are nothing new. They have been around since the 1980s.

But on Saturday, Ellsworth Community College hosted something unprecedented in Iowa Science Olympiad history: a regional competition.

Ping-Pong Parachute

James Schafer and teammate Kailer Smith (not pictured) competed in the Ping-Pong parachute on Saturday.

Wright Stuff

Andrew Ritchie and Sabryn Labenz of Johnston show their plane to the judges during Saturday's regional Science Olympiad competition in Iowa Falls. 

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