SUPERINTENDENT: Ben Lisby 812-360-5302
Monroe County Achievement Record Sheet required
Every Exhibit requires a note be attached to it, explaining the project and its intended use, and a reference list indicating where information was obtained, giving credit to the original author.
DIVISION 1 - Make a circuit board, using the kit provided. Label parallel or series circuit. What I Have Done and What I Have Learned form (included in project book or available online) is required for county exhibition only.
DIVISION 2 - Make a magnetic powered flashlight or exhibit a poster as outlined in the project manual.
DIVISION 3: Make one of the following: If the exhibit is not a poster, attach a note explaining how it is to be used.
- An extension cord using all new parts.
- Build a fluorescent trouble light using all new parts
- Repair extension cord or trouble light by replacing the cord, plug, connector body, or socket handle with new parts.
- Create a poster about: wire size, wire type, current carrying capacity, the parts of an extension cord or trouble light, an important safety-related topic or any topic covered in the Division III manual
DIVISION 4 - A made or remade lamp OR display board/poster on any topic covered in the project manual. If the exhibit is not a poster, attach a note explaining how it is to be used.
ADVANCED DIVISION 5-10 - The Advanced Division is split into two different categories. One area is “Advanced Electric 5-10” and the second is “Advanced Electronics 5-10.” You may choose one category for your Advanced 5-10 exhibit.
Exhibit ONE of the following: If the exhibit is not a poster, attach a note explaining how it is to be used.
- An article made in the area of heating and cooling
- An article made in the area of lighting
- An article made in the area of electronics (advanced division electronic projects may contain and use molded plugs if they are part of the electronic kit)
- An article made in the area of power
- A written report on: consumer buying, better electrical methods, or electrical careers.
- A written notebook report with photos of individual steps (close-up) and overall work, illustrations, explanation of each step performed, explanation of overall work done, reasons for performing work, reasons for selecting materials used, list of materials used and prices (budget), schematics, etc. of electric project. This option allows you to use your imagination and complete any electrical project that you cannot physically bring to the fair to exhibit. You could wire a room in a house, the barn, outdoor lighting, indoor lighting, control systems, alarm systems, etc.
- Display board (no larger than 36”x36”x36”) showing home wiring (3-way switch, 4-way switch, GFCI Grounding, Circuit Protection, etc.) or any topic covered in the Advanced Division manual.
Attach to the exhibit any kit instructions or book/manuals if you feel they will help explain the operation of the exhibit. This may be important for advanced electronic projects.
AWARDS: Indiana Electric Association and Statewide Rural Electric Cooperatives will provide awards.
State Fair Entry: ONE entry from each division