The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science hosted its annual Science Carnival on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women.
More than 1,000 second and third grade students from eight different schools descended upon the campus on Tuesday morning. The students will spent the day participating in a series of fun, engaging, and accessible scientific demonstrations designed to introduce the students to some of the fundamental concepts of science. Current MSMS students will lead and conducted the demonstrations.
The Carnival lasted from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and took place in Pohl gymnasium on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women.
Participating schools includeed: New Hope Elementary, Caledonia Elementary, West Lowndes Elementary, Heritage Academy, Annunciation Catholic School, Victory Christian Academy, Columbus Christian School, and Oak Hill Academy. Homeschooled students are will also be in attendance. MSMS would like to thank all the schools who attended and made this year's Carnival another success.