SCDL JV Novice Champs SPEECH

2024 — San Gabriel Gabrielino HS, CA/US

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DEBATE LEAGUE

JV and NOVICE Champs SPEECH

Saturday, May 4, 2024

8:00 am to 6 pm

Where: Gabrielino HS

The tournament is open to all member schools of the Southern California Debate League

Events: All California individual events, plus SPAR. Competitors may eneter ANY TWO EVENTS -EXCEPTstudents cannot double-enter both extemps, orExtemp and SPAR

SCHEDULE: MAY BE CHANGED BASED ON NUMBERS

7:30 am to 8:00 am -- Check in

Round 1--8:00-- First speaker begins speaking in all events (1st speaker draws in Extemp)

Round 2--9:45-- First speaker begins speaking in all events (1st speaker draws in Extemp)

Round 3--11:30-- First speaker begins speaking in all events (1st speaker draws in Extemp)

Finals -- 1:30-- First speaker begins speaking in all events (1st speaker draws in Extemp)

Awards-- 3:30 pm

We MAY HAVE TO MOVE TIMES OF ROUNDS -------pay attention to postings on Tabroom.com and text/email announcements!!

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ:

1.You must have paid your CHSSA dues AND YOUR SPRING & FALL SCDL BILLS prior toenteringthis tournament.

2. THIS TOURNAMENT IS ONLY FORNOVICE(first year) and JV (second year STUDENTS who have NOT qualified for State or Nationals during their high school speaking careers.

3. All speech events run simultaneously on Saturday

4. Students may only enter 1 extemp

5. Make sure you have enough judges at this tournament. Any school failing to provide the proper number of judges may have some of its entries dropped. 1 judge for every 5 entries

6. register all entries by 5pm on Friday, April 26 ( you may drop until Tuesday, April 30)

ENTRIES FOR SCHOOLS NOT MEETING THESE CRITERIA WILL NOT BE HONORED.

BE SURE TO ENTER JUDGES ON TABROOM.COM

Make sure you have enough judges before you send in your entry

Varsity students may judge at this league tournament

By attending this event you are agreeing to the following:

In consideration for my participation in events sponsored or run by the Southern California Debate League (SCDL), I hereby expressly and irrevocably grant SCDL and its assigns, successors, licensees, affiliates, and designees (collectively the “Association”) the irrevocable, perpetual, worldwide right, license, and permission to use my name, image, likeness, voice, appearance, biographical information, statements, performance, and/or testimonials (collectively, the “Appearance”) in all forms and media including composite or modified representations for all purposes, including advertising, promotion, trade, or any commercial or non-commercial purpose throughout the world in perpetuity.The foregoing right and license extends to my Appearance in any video or audio recordings, photos, and any other media, how known or later developed, that are created in connection with any Association events and/or activities in which participate, whether in person or virtually.I waive the right to inspect or approve versions of my Appearance used for publication or the written copy that may be used in connection with the Appearance or such publication.

COACH REQUIREMENT

If you, the coach of record, are not going to be attending the tournament, you must send either an employee representing your school and have them check in your team at the beginning of the tournament. The Coach or school representative must be contactable throughout the tournament in case of an issue or emergency.

If you, the coach of record, are sending a volunteer and/or parent to care for your team. You must have a letter from your school, signed by your principal indication the person you are sending is the official "chaperone" of your team for the day. The letter must be turned in to the tournament director prior to the beginning of the tournament. Failure to do so may result in your student not being allowed to compete.

Whomever you put in charge of your team should have the student emergency medical forms/permission slips/parent contact forms for your team. Protect your students, yourself and your "representative".

ADDITIONAL INFO:

Novice students are those in their first year of high school competition. JV students are 2nd year students.

Students who have qualified for State and/or Nationals can NOT enter the same event in this tournament as they qualified for State and/or National

Each coach may select an MVP or top student participating at each novice tournament. That student would be recognized with an award by each individual coach. It is the coach's discretion whether or not to give the award.

Are you a COACH with questions?

Please contact:

Ashley Novak, SCDL President.

E-Mail:scdlpresident@gmail.com