Judges’ Training is on for Saturday, Feb. 1 at Notre Dame High School.

Training starts at 9 a.m. for brand new judges and at 9:30 a.m. for experienced judges. Training should end by 1 p.m.

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The team you are representing should have provided you with copies of your particular long-term problem and the general program rules. Please be sure to read through both (multiple times, even, please) before coming to training. Also, please be sure to bring those copies along to Judges’ Training. Remember, the better you’re prepared for Judges’ Training, the shorter the training session will be.

It is mandatory that all judges attend training. At the regional competition, 25 penalty points will be assessed to teams without properly trained judging representation. Your team is expecting you to fill one of these roles: Long-term, Spontaneous, Score room, or General Volunteer. If you have any questions at all about which role you will be filling, please clarify that with the coach you are serving.

If you have any questions specific to the problem you’re judging, please contact the appropriate problem captain:

  • Problem 1 Driver’s Test – Ron Schoenleber
  • Problem 2 The Not-So-Haunted House – Cassy Scott
  • Problem 3 It’s How We Rule – Phil Patterson
  • Problem 4 The Stackable Structure – Sue Breyer
  • Problem 5 Seeing is Believing – Cliff Blackman
  • Spontaneous – Bill Fontanella
  • Primary The World’s First Art Festival – primary judges need not attend. Training for the primary problem will take place the morning of competition.

All email addresses are available on the Officials page.


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