Spaces at the Regional Fair are allocated based on the number of classrooms taking part at the school level.  It is the expectaion that all students will have their projects vetted by the school before being approved for participation at th Regional Fair.

1. Since Regional Fair category awards and provincial fair selections are based on all grades, school selections should attempt a broad base (grade 4-8).

2. Schools should attempt to have representatives with different approaches including 3-dimensional, creative writing and performance, audio-visual and multidisciplinary.

3. Projects should not exceed 120cm (four feet) in length or 78 cm (30”) in depth or 100 cm (39") in height, without the prior approval of the Regional Fair Committee.

4. Topics must be pertinent to some aspect of Canadian history/heritage on a local, provincial, national or international level and can be presented in English or French.

5. Information presented must be historically accurate; strongly reflecting original research with primary resources- museums, interviews, diaries etc.

6. Although it is recognized that teachers or other adults may provide assistance, all submissions must be mainly student-produced.

7. Any person or organization identifiable in a presentation must have given permission to the presenter.

8. All presentations must avoid profanity, racial or sexist remarks, innuendo, negative stereotypes or any other potentially offensive matter (unless such inclusion is relevant to the topic).

9. Recognition should be given for efforts with respect to- uniqueness, extent of research, medium selection, and quality of presentation; judging at the Regional level will focus on the student’s ability to elaborate upon their work and speak knowledgeably about their chosen subject.

10. Group projects are acceptable at the School Fair level, but only one student can be named for the Regional and Provincial  Fairs (groups must decide before hand who that one person is to be).

11. Students are responsible for providing any necessary media equipment; power outlets and the internet are available but extension cords and power bars aren’t!

12. Students are responsible for the delivery, set up and removal of their projects and are responsible for the safekeeping of their project for the duration of the fair.

13.  Schools are responsible for student attendance and discipline at the Regional Fair.

14.  Students are expected to stay at the Fair site and attend the workshop(s) assigned to them.

15.  Lunch and food for all participants will be at the Perth Curling Club adjacent to the Legion.