Meetings for Juniors

Fall Meetings for Juniors

Check the big calendar on midwoodscience.org often. Individual, team, or small group meetings are the way business gets done. Large group meetings are rare. Keep your supervising teacher up to date on your progress. Do not hesitate to tell us of problems. Above all, do not miss your appointments. They count significantly toward your grade.

  1. September
  2. October
    1. First meeting
    2. Second meeting
  3. November
    1. First meeting (only meeting)
      • Research plan
  4. December
    1. First meeting
      • Research plan
    2. Second meeting
      • Research plan
  5. January
    1. Exit meeting (only meeting)
      • t.b.d.

Spring Meetings for Juniors

Check the big calendar on midwoodscience.org often. Individual, team, or small group meetings are the way business gets done. Large group meetings are rare. Keep your supervising teacher up to date on your progress. Do not hesitate to tell us of problems. Above all, do not miss your appointments. They count significantly toward your grade.

  1. February
    1. Entrance meeting on the first day of the semester in room t.b.d.. Everyone attends.
      • Semester overview
    2. First meeting before break
    3. Second meeting after break
  2. March
    • Everyone visits NYCSEF at t.b.d. Sunday, March 8, 2021 [?]. Written assignment due Monday, March 9, 2021 [?].
    1. First meeting
    2. Second meeting
  3. April
    1. First meeting
    2. Second meeting
      1. NYCSEF Research Plan third draft due
  4. May
    1. First meeting (only meeting)
      1. PowerPoint first draft
      2. April lab log
      3. Application for Change to Weighted Research Course (1.05)
  5. June
    1. Exit meeting
      • May lab log
      • Expectations for summer