Meetings for Seniors

Fall Meetings for Seniors

Check the 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
    1. First meeting: Entrance meeting on the second day of the semester in room A215/A314. Everyone attends.
      • Semester overview
      • Verify/update your contact info
      • Research paper 1st draft
    2. Second meeting
      • Discuss research papers
  2. October
    1. First meeting
      • Research paper 2nd draft
      • Regeneron STS registration & paperwork (optional)
      • Neuroscience registration & paperwork (optional)
    2. Second meeting
      • Research paper 3rd draft
      • Regeneron STS registration & paperwork (optional)
      • JSHS registration & paperwork (optional)
  3. November
    1. First meeting
      • Research paper 4th draft
      • Regeneron STS registration & paperwork (optional)
      • JSHS registration & paperwork (optional)
      • NYCSEF registration & paperwork (mandatory)
    2. Second meeting
      • NYCSEF registration & paperwork (mandatory)
  4. December
    1. First meeting
    2. Second meeting
  5. January
    • PowerPoint presentations for 5–10 days
      • PowerPoint final draft (9:00 AM Tuesday, January 3, 2017)
      • Attend 5 days (Students who completed a Regeneron STS application only attend 1 day)
      • Present on 1 of these days
    1. First meeting: Exit meeting
    2. Second meeting (during Regents week)
      • Scientific poster first draft
      • NYCSEF status
      • JSHS status

Spring Meetings for Seniors

Check the 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. January
    • Poster meeting (during Regents week)
      • Scientific poster first draft
      • NYCSEF status
      • St Joseph's status
      • JSHS status
  2. February
  3. March
    • March meeting (before end of marking period)
      • Prepare for NYCSEF finals (if selected)
      • Prepare for ACT-SO (optional)
      • Prepare for Teptu (optional)
      • First marking period service logs
      • Service options for April
    • New York City Science and Engineering Fair
      • NYCSEF Preliminary Round at City College (mandatory) Sunday, March 4, 2018
      • NYCSEF Finals Round at the American Museum of Natural History (if selected) Tuesday, March 20, 2018
      • NYCSEF Awards Ceremony at Tribeca Playhouse (if selected) Monday, March 26, 2018
  4. April
    • April meeting (before end of marking period)
      • Prepare for ACT-SO (optional)
      • Prepare for Brooklyn College Science Day (optional)
      • Prepare for JSHS Nationals (if selected)
      • Prepare for ISEF (if selected)
      • Second marking period service logs
    • Competitions
  5. May
  6. June
    • Exit meeting (last full week of classes)
      • Third marking period service logs
      • Return your drawer keys
      • Other exit topics
  7. July