• Registration is OPEN for the 2024 LVJUSD Science Odyssey!

    We are excited to announce that our annual Science Odyssey Student Showcase will take place at Junction TK-8 School, 298 Junction Avenue in Livermore! Mark your calendars for Thursday, February 8, 2024 from 5:00 - 700 p.m. This will be an exciting opportunity for students to showcase their love of science and engineering to our community.

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  • The LVJUSD Science Odyssey is an annual science and engineering event for the whole family. Our LVJUSD students proudly display their experiments to the public. Judges evaluate the content on the display boards and interview the students about the experimental process and what the students learned throughout the process. The Science Odyssey is also a great opportunity for community members to volunteer and share their expertise as judges.  

  • Science Odyssey 2024 Trashion Show

    The Trashion Show is back for 2024! Show off your best outfit made from 100% reused, recycled, and repurposed materials.  All LVJUSD students from grade TK-12 are welcome to participate. Don't miss out on this fun opportunity to share your creativity  - Submit your registration form to your science teacher by Friday, January 26, 2024.

    The Trashion Show will take place on Tuesday, February 8 during the Science Odyssey Showcase event at Junction TK-8 School from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Questions? Email Noah King at nking@lvjusd.org.

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  •          Logo Contest

    2024 Logo Contest Information

    We are not accepting any additional entries for the contest. 


  • We hope that participating in the 2024 LVJUSD Science Odyssey will be a learning experience for the entire family. Please keep in mind, while families may help in the planning process, the work and experiment must be done by the student. Students can work independently or in small groups of two to three individuals and are encouraged to use resources from their science classes and teachers, from the Livermore Public Library's online databases and resources, from the internet, and at home to complete each project.

    When registering, students will describe their project's testable question. For computer science or math projects, students will describe the problem or issue they are addressing.  

    Projects may NOT involve weapons, fire, controlled or hazardous materials. These projects will not be accepted for Science Odyssey.

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