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Students can expect to see a wide variety of demonstrations, exhibits and hands-on activities that allow them to not only see equipment, but use the equipment with close supervision.

Students must register through their school or homeschool. If a school is not participating, parents or guardians can register their student during the home school time slot. Registration will be available in March 2024 for the fall event.

All students will be given t-shirts and safety glasses to wear during the event. Hard hats will be available at necessary exhibits and remain with the event or exhibitor.​ All students and faculty will receive a very light snack and water.

Wednesday is for Middle School Students

  • Groups are asked to provide one adult chaperone for every 10 students.

  • Homeschool students will be grouped together in one timeframe with their attending parent.

  • Students are to stay in their groups and not wander the grounds without a chaperone.

  • Middle School students will move through the event in a structured, guided tour. 

  • Groups are asked to arrive on time and depart on time to allow as many groups to participate as possible in a safe manor.

  • All students will receive a safety briefing before entering the event. There is no entrance to the event until the safety briefing is concluded.​

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Students may bring their own lunch to eat on the grounds in designated areas before or after their scheduled event time slot.

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Thursday is for High School Students

  • Groups are asked to provide one adult chaperone for every 25 students.

  • Homeschool students will be grouped together in one timeframe.

  • High School students will be allowed to freely move through the event and spend time in the area(s) that interest them most.

  • Groups are asked to arrive on time and depart on time to allow as many groups to participate as possible in a safe manor.

  • All students will receive a safety briefing before entering the event. There is no entrance to the event until the safety briefing is concluded.

Have a student with a dietary restriction or anyone who can not be photographed? Make sure to let us know when you register! 

We're working with industry partners to again provide activities in the following areas:

  • Carpentry

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical

  • HVAC

  • Masonry

  • Flooring

  • Roofing

  • Concrete/Asphalt Mix

  • Heavy Equipment

  • Surveying

  • Welding

  • Tools

  • ...and so much more.

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2024 Event Hours

Wed, Oct 11- Middle School students

  • Time Slots

    • 8:30 -10​

    • 10:30 - Noon*

    • 12:30 - 2

Thurs, Oct 12- High School students

  • Time Slots

    • 8:30 -11​

    • 11:30 - 2*

*All Home School students will scheduled in this time slot. Public and Private schools will be schedule in all time slots.

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2024 Fairgrounds Map

Location

Racine County Fairgrounds

19805 Durand Ave

Union Grove, WI 53182

[DIRECTIONS]

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Event Info

We welcome all middle school and high schools in Kenosha, Racine and Walworth Counties to join the Southeast Wisconsin event! Because schools are driving different distances, we offer varying arrival times each day. The amount of time on the grounds is based on age. Public schools, private schools and home schools are all encouraged to participate!

 

We anticipate having over 1,500 students registered each day representing multiple schools in our three-county area.

2024 Event Details
Map, Parking, Safety, Activities

2024 SCHOOLS-Day Of Details

PDF available in October.

2024 Map & Activities

PDF available in October.

2024 EXHIBITORS-Day Of Details

PDF available in October.

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