Welcome to 'FIELD TO THE FAIR' website, where Native American Indian students learn to embrace science!

Spring 2013

58th High Plains Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Science Projects (click on the images to see them in full resolution)


    Leon Brown, Jefferson and Lincoln Academies in Rapid City.

Presented in the "Senior Engineering Division."

His project: "Solar Powered Car: Iye’chikinyanke, Wi Un’ Wowasake Iyanke’"

Leon was very proud of his project as we were very proud of his work ethic and enthusiasm.

    Leon Olvera, Rapid City Central High School.

Presented in the "Senior Engineering Division."

His project: "Car Powered by the Sun: Iye’chikinyanke ki, Wi' Etun’ Wo' wasake Icu’"

Leon was very proud of his project as we were very pleased with his accomplishment.

    Tyler Dillon, North Middle School, Rapid City.

Presented in the "7th grade - Physical Sciences" category.

His project: "Measuring Angles of Refraction Using Lasers: Iyo’wata Iyo’janjan un Owa’go Etun’ Henupa Eyu’ta pi"

Tyler was very proud of his project as we were very proud of his work ethic and enthusiasm working with his science project.

    Wade Dillon, Rapid City Central High School.

Presented in the "Senior Engineering" category.

His project: "Water Rocket: Mni Mahpi’ya Wata"

Wade was very proud of his project as we were very pleased with his accomplishment.

Feathering Ceremony during 58th High Plains Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Ms. Harriet Brings, Teacher of Lakota Language and Traditions, Rapid City Central High School.

She was the main speaker for the event and she performed the feathering ceremony for our participants.

From left: Leon Olvera, Wade Dillon and Leon Brown.

Credits

The 4-elements logo was created by Tiffany Vincent.

Contributors to this website include Jim Sanovia, Donna Kliche, instructors, mentors, and our amazingly talented participants.

Last update: June, 2015