Computer Science

4-H members will find the Computer program challenging and fun. Youth will learn how to interact with computers, use a variety of software, add hardware, and take advantage of information from the internet. All notebooks and display boards must include a reference list indicating where information was obtained, giving credit to original author.


PROJECT SUPERINTENDENT: Andrew Schmidt, 317-774-4286 / adschmidt@bsugmail.net


EXHIBIT CHECK-IN:           Monday, July 11, 8-8:30 AM (All Levels)

JUDGING:                           Monday, July 12, 8:30 AM, All Levels Open Judging

RELEASE:                          Tuesday, July 20, 9-11 AM, and 5-7 PM

STATE FAIR ENTRIES:      Three (3) entries total (one entry per grade level division)

While youth are encouraged to develop programs that can be published either on the web or via CD, publishing the program is NOT a requirement or an expectation.

The exhibit topics provide ideas/suggestions for exhibits, however, other topics are acceptable as long as they are comparable in knowledge and skill.

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