Teacher Guidelines

The Expo event is expected to be on site for 2022.  Details will be posted as they develop.  Contact Us if you have questions.


Deadlines For access to pages of Dates, Deadlines, Rules and Forms, click HERE.

Expo Schedule:   The 2022 Expo is planned for Thur, Mar 17, 2022, with a snow date of Friday, March 18.

The schedule for the day is expected to be as follows:

8:00 – 9:00     Student arrival/registration/setup and Project Pre-inspection by SRC
8:oo – 8:30     Judge arrival/registration
8:30 – 9:00     Judge Orientation (in Auditorium)
9:00 – 12:00   Judging of Projects
12:00 – 12:30 Lunch (Group A)
12:30 – 1:00   Lunch (Group B)
1:00 – 1:30     Student Exchange Time
1:30 – 2:30     Welcome Address and Keynote Speaker
2:30 – 3:00     Awards Ceremony
3:00 – 3:30     Remove exhibits and clean up

Projects must be removed from the exhibit halls during this time. The Exposition is not responsible for projects left after this time.


A teacher should:

  1. Encourage students to get involved in STEM projects (Science research, Technology projects, Engineering projects, Math investigations, etc.)  These can be options for a required class project, part of an independent study, or a club project.
  2. Assist students with ways to find research projects or topics.
  3. Review with students the rules and regulations and/or show them how to find them on the website.
  4. Encourage students to do the preparation, planning, and research or investigation themselves.  Those who assume responsibility do better.
  5. To be linked to the students in your school, you may register with the Expo by providing your name, email, school name and city/town.  Send the info in an  email to rdmrotier@comcast.net.  Your info will be entered into a data-base so your students can then identify you when they register their projects.

Closer to the Expo, a teacher could:

  1. Remind students to submit paperwork and payments on time as part of their application to participate.
  2. Remind students to do on-line registration on time.  It should be done as soon as their research plan is finished.
  3. Ask students if they want to send in all their projects individually, or send them all in together (if a class project, it might be good to send them in all together).
  4. If desired, submit together all materials from their classes along with those from other teachers who are also participating from their school.  This can be helpful, but not a requirement.
  5. All documentation needs to be submitted via STEM Wizard.  Checks must still be snail-mailed.  Checks should be made out to NH Science & Engineering Exposition and mailed to:   NHSEE, PO Box 5202, Manchester, NH  03108-5202



Additional Resources

Below are a few additional resources to help you assist students interested in participating:

Encouraging Independent Research (pdf)



Special Awards


For more info, click HERE.


1. If you want to bring visitors to the Expo, we must know in advance because we are very limited for time and space. To register visitors, please go to CONTACT US and select the category “Visitors.” Please include in the contact message how many visitors you would like to bring, and whether they are students or adults. You may quickly get to the CONTACT US page by clicking HERE.

2. Visitors can view the exhibits and talk to students while they are setting up (until judging starts), or again after judging is completed (approx 1:00 PM).

3. They could view the exhibits, but not talk to students, during the judging time between 10:00 and 1:00, but must be accompanied by an Expo official.

4. If they want a lunch, it may cost about $8.00  to $10.00. At this time, we are not sure what the price will be.

Interested In Being A Mentor?

Please complete the mentor registration to apply. The form is in STEM Wizard, and the top of the form says Volunteer, but further down, you can select “Mentor.”