Shattuck High tournament

2021 — Shattuck, OK/US

Thank you for attending the Shattuck Speech Tournament!


Exact events and types (prelims/finals) in each of the six time periods will be determined based on the

number of entries, events and available judges.

*Judging will be on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. 

* You will be given a time window on the asychronous (pre-recorded) events. 

*Please judge during that window as soon as you can.  Do not wait until the end time; it locks you out. 

*The schedule may also be adjusted based on judges' availability. 

*Synchronous (live extemp and debate) times should begin at the start time.


Right now, here are the time windows:

Thursday     8:00 a.m.-noon     noon-5:00 p.m.     5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Friday         8:00 a.m.-noon     noon-5:00 p.m.     5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.

Saturday     8:00-9:15     Extemp Draw

                  8:30-9:45     Extemp

                  9:45-11:15   Debate 1

                  11:15-12:45  Debate 2

                  12:45-2:00    Extemp Draw (if needed)

                  1:15-2:30      Extemp (if needed)

                  2:30-4:00      Debate 3

                  4:00-5:30      Debate 4

                  6:00-7:30      Debate Elims (if needed)

                  8:00-9:30      Debate Elims (if needed)

        Also   (8:00 a.m.-noon     noon-5:00 p.m.     5:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m., if needed)

           When you register your judges, please note when they are available to judge each day.  A judge needs to be available at

                   least three of the windows to be counted as a judge.


Special Note for Saturday competitors and judges

Extempers should do a camera and microphone check before beginning. 

Debaters and judges should enter the room for the 1st round no later than fifteen minutes before the

round is scheduled to start to do a microphone and camera check.



Please watch your video entries before submission. Please ensure that the students can be heard clearly. It is difficult to judge an event if the participant cannot be heard.