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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION

History


Mission Statement

Goals


Concept

Competition



APPEALS

Appeal Procedure

Appeal Form

COORDINATOR

Responsibilities

Region Composition

Schedule of Competitions

Calender of Events and Deadlines

Coordinators Timeline



ESSAY

Essay Chairperson Responsibilities

Material Check Sheet

Essay Chairperson Timeline



FACILITIES/SITE

Chairperson Responsibilities

Assignment of Rooms

Testroom, Speech and Interview Room Sept-up

Site and Facilities Timeline

FOOD SERVICE

INTERVIEW

Interview Chairperson Responsibilities

Region Interview Judge Packet

Material Check Sheet

Sample Interview Matrix

Interview Chairperson Timeline


MEDALS/AWARDS

Medals and Awards Distribution

Proposed Scholarships

Awards Table Set-up

Scholarship Reporting form

Duplicate Medals and Trophies Reporting Form



NAME ID BADGES

PROCTOR/TESTING

Chairperson Responsibilities

Instructions for Testroom Proctors

Calculator Policy

Testroom Set-up

Testing Room Log

Test Coordinator Timeline

REGISTRATION

SCORING

Chairpersons Responsibilities

Reports to Print

Scoring Chairperson Timeline



SPEECH

Speech Chairperson Responsibilities

Material Check Sheet

Speech Judging Session Time Outline

Instructions for Head Judge

Sample Speech Matrix

Speech Chairperson Timeline

SUPER QUIZ

Super Quiz Chairperson Responsibilities

Material Check Sheet

Super Quiz Chairperson Timeline



APPENDIX

Forms


ARIZONA ACADEMIC DECATHLON
Introduction and History

The Academic Decathlon program was started in 1968 by the Orange County (California) Academic Decathlon Association in cooperation with the Orange County Superintendent of School’s office. The Arizona Academic Decathlon Association was formed in 1985 from the Pima County Academic Decathlon Association which started the previous year by the Pima County School Superintendent. Arizona held its first statewide competition in 1985.


The Arizona Academic Decathlon Association (AADA), which is made up of representatives of the business community, civic organizations, and concerned individuals, has been formed to promote Decathlon programs throughout the state. Contributions to the Decathlon program help students and are tax deductible under IRS 501 (c) (3) provisions.
Mission Statement
Our mission is to promote, motivate and acknowledge excellence in academic efforts and educational achievement through a program of academic competitions for high school students of all scholastic achievement levels.
Goals
Our goals are to encourage students to excel in academic pursuits by promoting enthusiasm for learning, developing a spirit of competition, working as a member of a team, participating in peer tutoring, undertaking interdisciplinary study, emphasizing preparation and research, acquiring an understanding of the fine arts and increasing communication skills.
AADA also strives to improve the total educational program in Arizona by promoting the importance of excellence in broad academic performance, motivating students to reach their fullest potential and establishing a positive image of students in our communities.
We also encourage community and business involvement and support of academic excellence through contribution of funds, time, talent and or materials.
Concept
The Academic Decathlon, like its ancient Greek counterpart, consists of ten events. Unlike the Greek Decathlon, however, this is an academic, rather than an athletic, competition and a team competition as well as one for individuals. In a typical two day Decathlon, high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors are tested in seven areas: economics, art, language and literature, mathematics, music, (social) science, and the Super Quiz. In addition, the students amass points in three communication events: the prepared and impromptu speech event, the oral interview event, and the essay writing event. The Decathlon concludes with the Super Quiz Relay.
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The unique aspect of the Decathlon format is that it is designed to include students from all academic backgrounds. Each “nine member” team has 3 students whose grade point average falls into the “C” or Varsity category, 3 students in the “B” or Scholastic category, and 3 students in the “A” or Honors category. While nine students may compete, the final team score comes from the sum of the scores of the top two varsity, top two scholastic and top two honors. A perfect team score is 60,000 points (6 students x 10 events x 1000 points possible per event.)


The Decathlon program provides incentive for the average, as well as for the brilliant student to become interested in intellectual activities; it opens the door to academic achievement for all. It gives to scholars similar public recognition and status that has traditionally been afforded outstanding athletes.
Ten Events


  1. Math: 35 problems with a value of 28.6 points each.

  2. Music: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  3. Economics: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  4. Art: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  5. Language/Literature: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  6. Social Science: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  7. Science: 50 questions with a value of 20 points each.

  8. Essay: 50 minute paper on a prompt from zny of the six major subjects excluding math.

Highest score is 1000 points.

  1. Interview: Panel of three judges conducts a seven minute interview and three scores averaged with a maximum score of 1000 points.

  2. Speech: Panel of three judges rates a four minute prepared speech (700 points) and a two minute impromptu speech (300 points). Scores are averaged with a maximum score of 1000 points.

Competition
For Region and State Competition, each team should consist of nine team members with three Honors, three Scholastic and three Varsity students from grades 9 through 12 of the same high school. The team may be comprised of any combination of freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors and any combination of boys and/or girls. A full-time student is defined as a student who is enrolled in four or more class periods per day. *(Fifth year students are eligible to participate only if they attend both semesters of competition year as full-time students) Each team must include two Varsity, two Scholastic and two Honor students as indicated in the following academic categories:

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Varsity 0.00 - 2.99 GPA
Scholastic 3.00 - 3.74 GPA
Honors 3.75 - 4.00 GPA
Student transcripts are evaluated by the Sate Director and registrars from high schools in Maricopa County to establish academic GPA.
NOTE: Contestants may compete in a higher division than their own GPA, but NOT in a lower division (i.e., a Scholastic student can compete as an Honors student, but NOT as a Varsity student).
All schools competing in the Regional Academic Decathlon competitions in February will be divided into size (enrollment) classifications according to the A.I.A. definitions of Classes 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A, 1A. Following the Region competitions, the scores of all schools in each of those classifications will be ranked. The first and second highest scoring teams in each of those five classes will be seeded to compete in the state competition. Thereafter, the next 30 highest scor­ing teams from throughout the state will be invited to compete in the state competition in March.

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COORDINATORS RESPONSIBILITIES


  1. Study the “Competition Manual” and become familiar with all aspects of the Academic Decathlon competition.




  1. Determine appropriate Decathlon site and necessary permission from appropriate administrators.




  1. Appoint committee chairpersons and work with them in areas of responsibility in setting dates, arranging for facilities, purchasing materials and supplies not provided by AADA, selecting committee members, volunteer judges, proctors, etc. Below are committees needed:

Essay Interview

Speech Scoring

Testing Registration

Awards Program Super Quiz

Facilities/Site Food Service


  1. Arrange for donors for competition day snacks, dinner and lunch if at all possible. Arrange for meals for all volunteers on the days of the competition.




  1. Arrange and manage database of volunteers for your region. Number of volunteers needed is listed under Volunteer Section. Send out letters of recruitment to volunteers in your region. Invite participation from civic, community, service groups, district personnel, and schools in your region to volunteer (judges, proctors, etc.).




  1. If working with a Facilities Chair, meet and discuss all aspects of facility and site needs covered in Facilities Chair section. If not, Regional Coordinator acts as Facilities Chair. Arrange for early release at school site if at all possible for Friday’s competition.




  1. Procure necessary materials (i.e. paper, general office supplies, equipment, etc.) needed to conduct Region competition, other than what is supplied by AADA.




  1. Attend September Coaches Clinic, October meeting with State Director, January training with all chairs and Feburary meeeting of AADA board to report results.




  1. To support your team coaches Regionally, you may wish to plan one (or more) hosted events which will bring your coaches together. You may also wish to attend any scrimmages that are held within your region.




  1. Assist State Director by calling coaches in your region who have not submitted transcripts. Check with coaches who have not sent in Code of Behavior or Medical Release forms to you.




  1. Meet with your chairs prior to the January training to discuss volunteer recruitment. Ensure they are aware of their required attendance at the January training.

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  1. Provide a high quality competition ensuring that there are no errors in distributing or scoring of the tests, that timing is precise and consistent throughout, that judging is informed and monitored, that tests are properly secured and that opportunities for consultation between team members and coach are prevented.




  1. Return all speech and interview forms along with graded essays to coaches. Additionally give each coach scoring information for their team prepared by scoring chair at the end of the competition. Hold all test scantron sheets and scoring results in case they will be needed for review of scores.




  1. Report final results to State Scoring chair and State Director. Compile a list of duplicate medals, plaques and trophies needed. This will only be for ties as all other medals, plaques and trophies will be given to Regional Coordinators at the January Training.




  1. Send State Director Code of Behavior, Medical Release forms, and any other registration forms for all teams advancing to the state competition.




  1. Complete the Scholarship Reporting form for regional winners and send to State director.




  1. Return all volunteer evaluation forms to State Director. Follow up with committee chairs that all thank you notes have been sent out to volunteers. Notify State Director if any volunteers expressed a desire to help also at the State Competition.




  1. After competition either destroy all tests, or hold in a secure area until May and then discard.

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MAJOR DATES AND DEADLINES



REGIONAL COORDINATORS

Coaches Clinic Friday Sept 11th Old Main ASU, Tempe

Coaches & Coordinators
Handbooks Final edition due by the end of November
January Training Saturday Jan 9th , all your regional chairs MUST

attend, Essay, Speech, Interview, Testing, Scoring and Super Quiz


Regional Competition Feb 5 and 6, 2016
Board Meeting Feb 17th Present AADA Board regional results
State Competition March 11 and 12, 2016


ADDITIONAL DATES AND TIMELINES:
October Meeting of 4 Regional Coordinators and State

Director


November Start recruitment of judges, solicit donations for

meals and trophies.


December Contact Coaches who have not submitted transcripts
January 11th Contact Coaches who have not submitted Coaches

Registration Form

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COMPOSITION OF EACH REGION
All public and private high schools in Arizona are invited to participate in Arizona Region Competitions scheduled for Feb 5 & 6, 2016. This is the proposed composition but there may be changes depending on the number of teams involved.

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Region I All schools in: Region Coordinator:
Kingman Academy High School Apache County Mr. Michael Perrine

3420 N. Burbank Ave. Coconino County 3420 N. Burbank Ave.

Kingman, AZ 86409 Mohave County Kingman, AZ 86409

(928) 681-2900 Navajo County (928) 681-2900

Yavapai County (928) 279-6500 (cell)

La Paz County mperrine@koalaz.org

Gila County

Approved 1A-3A programs in other counties

_______________________________________________________________________________________

Region II All schools in: Region Coordinator:
Boulder Creek High School School Districts: Deer Valley District

40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pky. Deer Valley Nicholas Gearing

Anthem, AZ 85086 Dysart 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pky.

(623)445- 8832 Glendale Union AADAregion2@gmail.com Paradise Valley (623)445- 8832

Peoria

Phoenix Union

Xavier College Prep

Tolleson Union

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Region III All schools in: Region Coordinator:
Sunnyside High School Cochise County Mrs. Adriana Molina

1725 E. Bilby Rd. Greenlee County Sunnyside High School

Tucson, AZ 85706 Pima County 1725 E. Bilby Rd.

(520) Santa Cruz County Tucson, AZ 85706

Yuma County (520) 545-5305

adrianam@susd12.org

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Region IV All schools in: Region Coordinator:
Hamilton High School Pinal County Mr. K. R. Scott

3700 S. Arizona Ave . And schools in the 4423 East Ashurst Dr.

Chandler, AZ 85248 following school districts Phoenix, AZ 85048

(480) 883-5000 in Maricopa County: (480) 759-9473

Chandler 4thregion@gmail.com

Fountain Hills

Gilbert

Higley


Mesa

Queen Creek

Scottsdale

Tempe Union

East Valley parochial & charter schools

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SCHEDULE OF 2016 COMPETITIONS
I. Region Competitions (Feb 5 & 6, 2016)
All Region competitions will allow students to have Essay in addition to Speech and Interview sessions on Friday afternoon and evening; seven Test sessions and Super Quiz Relay will be on Saturday.
Region I Region I Academic Decathlon Coordinator:

Kingman Academy High School Mr. Michael Perrine

3420 N. Burbank Ave. 3420 N. Burbank Ave.

Kingman, AZ 86409 Kingman, AZ 86409

Phone: (928) 681-2900

Fax: (928) 681-2822



mperrine@koalaz.org

Region II Region II Academic Decathlon Coordinator:

Boulder Creek High School Mr. Nicholas Gearing

40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pky. 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Pky.

Anthem, AZ 85086 Anthem, AZ 85086

Phone: (623)445- 8832

AADAregion2@gmail.com



Region III Region III Academic Decathlon Coordinator:

Sunnyside High School Mrs. Adriana Molina

1725 E. Bilby Rd. Sunnyside High School

Tucson, AZ 85706 1725 E. Bilby Rd.

Tucson, AZ 85706

Phone: (520) 545-5305

Fax: (520)

adrianam@susd12.org


Region IV Region IV Academic Decathlon Coordinator:

Hamilton High School Mr. K. R. Scott

3700 S. Arizona Ave .. 4423 East Ashurst Dr.

Chandler, AZ 85248 Phoenix, AZ 85048

Phone: (480) 759-9473

4thregion@gmail.com

II. State Competition (March 11-12, 2016)
As a result of 2016 Region Competitions, forty team(s) will advance to the State Competition at School on March 11-12,2016, based on the following policy adopted by the Arizona Academic Decathlon Association Board of Directors:

All schools competing in the 2015 Region Academic Decathlon competitions on Feb 5-6,2016 will be divided into size (enrollment) classifications according to the A.I.A. definitions of Classes 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A, 1A. Following the Region competitions, the scores of all schools in each of those classifications will be ranked. The first and second highest scoring teams in each of those five classes will be seeded to compete in the state competition. Thereafter, the next 30 highest scor­ing teams from throughout the state will be invited to compete in the state competition for 2016.


III. National Competition (April 28-30, 2016)
The highest scoring team at the Arizona state competition will will be sent to the United States Academic Decathlon National Finals which will be held in Anchorage, AK.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS AND DEADLINES


June 1 – Aug. 28, 2015 Names of high school decathlon coaches received by the Arizona Academic Decathlon Association

Executive Director.



Sept. 4, 2015 All coaches clinic registrations received.
Sep. 10, 2015 New Coach Orientation at
Sep. 11, 2015 Coaches’ Clinic at ASU.
Sept 30, 2015 School team participation forms (with checks and/or purchase order attached) received by: Anne Edelstein, 6010 N. 10th Way, Phoenix, AZ 85014.
Sep. – Dec. 2015 Several teams organized at each local high school. Scrimmages held in districts or regions.
Early Nov Student Clinic at ASU.
Nov. 30, 2015 Deadline for receipt of all student Registration Forms with transcripts attached. Forms are to be received by Anne Edelstein, 6010 N. 10th Way, Phoenix, AZ 85014. This is to include 5 things for each student: Student Registration form (signed); Medical Release form; Code of Behavior; GPA Worksheet, and transcripts for the 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 school years.
By Dec. 16, 2015 Evaluation of all transcripts will have been completed: “Notice of Team Eligibility” mailed to all

team coaches.


By Jan. 7, 2016 Region Coordinators will have received from all team coaches in respective regions The Coach Registration Check In form.

Feb 5 & 6, 2016 Region Competition Dates



*NOTE: Each region competition will require attendance for a partial day on Feb 5 and all day on Feb 6. Please check with your region coordinator for a specific schedule of test events.
Feb. 8, 2016 State Director will have notified the forty teams that qualified for state competition.

By Feb. 11, 2016 Coach’s Registration form for STATE Competition received in the AADA office.
Feb. 29, 2016 On-Line Essay for state competitors
Mar. 11-12, 2016 State Competition at TBD.
Apr. 29-30, 2016 U.S. Academic Decathlon finals in Anchorage, AL.

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COORDINATORS TIMELINE

TASK

JUNE

JULY

AUG

SEPT

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MARCH

Determine the Decathlon site and obtain the necessary permission from administrators

X




























Appoint Committee Chairpersons, work with them in areas of responsibility







X

X

X

X













Order all supplies and materials needed







X

X

X
















Manage database of volunteers for your region







X

X

X

X













Identify Essay Graders who are familiar with rubric grading










X

X

X

X










Attend Sept, Oct. and January meetings with State Director










X

X







X







Supply State Director will all information for regional Handbook













X

X













Identify Judges (both Speech and Interview) and send communications to them requesting their participation













X

X

X

X







Set up and arrange for meals for competition (See list in Food Service)



















X

X







Attend any scrimmages in your region to meet coaches
















X

X










Mail follow-up letter with maps and information regarding speech, essay and interview competition to all judges.



















X

X







Determine team number assignments. Notify all Coaches of team number and Speech and Interview times.






















X







Arrange to get Scantron scoring sheets to Scoring Chair along with all student registration information, so scoring can pre-slug all answer sheets






















X







Forward all preslugged scanton sheets to appropriate chairperson in time for use at competition.






















X

X




Inform Site & Facilities Chairperson of any equipment needed for General Assembly and Awards Ceremony






















X

X




Invite a student to deliver the invocation and flag salute.






















X







Identify Speech and Interview Packets for easy distribution at orientation meeting on Competition Day






















X







Develop script for General Assembly on Competition Day






















X

X




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COORDINATORS TIMELINE-Con’t


TASK

JUNE

JULY

AUG

SEPT

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

MARCH

If desired hold a separate meeting for coaches after the students have left to begin their testing

























X




Collect all Volunteer Response sheets, review them and make suggestions for changes for next year.

























X




Be available throughout Competition Day activities to “trouble shoot”

























X




Ensure tests are secure and scoring room is receiving score sheets. Provide scoring with any support materials.

























X




Return all essay, speech and interview forms to coaches after Awards Ceremony along with team scores.

























X




Assign personnel to scoring to develop script for the Awards Ceremony. Have appropriate medals and trophies set up for awards.

























X




Conduct Awards Ceremony. Forward all results to the state scoring chair.

























X




Forward copy of food receipts to State Director for reimbursement.




























X

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CHAIRPERSON

FOR

SITE AND FACILITIES

The following is a list of procedures and specifications for making room assignments:


1. After the site has been approved by the Decathlon Association, contact the school principal at

the site and determine the protocol for obtaining permission to use the facility (if this has not

already been done).
2. Arrange a walk-through of the campus with the contact person at the school.
3. Obtain some maps of the campus from the contact person at the school.
4. Obtain the names and phone numbers of the key people at the site for reference

(i.e. Head Custodian, PIC of gymnasium/auditorium if applicable, Activities Director,

District Food Services person, etc.).
5. Assign Speech Rooms, Interview Rooms and Testrooms.
6. Assign a room for Interview Judges' Orientation (must be able to seat 36-54 people). At least

one television monitor with VCR for 1/2" video or DVD player must be set up for the training

session. Coffee, juice, and pastries should be served as volunteers arrive.
7. Assign a room for Speech Judges' Orientation (must be able to seat 36-54 people). At least

one television monitor with VCR for 1/2" video or DVD player must be set up for the training

session. Coffee, juice, and pastries should be served as volunteers arrive.
8. Assign a room for Proctors' and Aides' Orientation (must be able to seat 18-36 people). One

of the assigned Testrooms may be used for orientation since the students will report there after

their morning assembly. However, coffee, juice, and pastries should be served as volunteers

arrive.
9. Assign an area for Test Scoring (must have room and facilities for approximately 6 people,

two (2) IBM personal computers (input and reports), SCANTRON scoring machines and

calculators). It is often preferable that this activity be assigned to the school library area.


NOTE: Check also for the availablity of a good copy/reproduction machine. Coffee, juice and

soft drinks must be available throughout the day.


10. Assign an area for Test Distribution (must be centrally located among the rooms being

utilized for the Decathlon and have room for two persons, a long counter or large table and

have room for 5-10 boxes approximately 15" x 36" x 15". This area has sometimes been

assigned to the school's attendance windows or ticket selling windows (if large enough) but


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MUST BE CLOSE TO THE TEST SCORING ROOM. Either in that room or immediately

adjacent, there must be space for seating 13-30 students who will serve as runners with test

materials.
11. Assign an area for Registration (must have room for three people, a fairly large table with

three chairs and be easily seen as students and coaches arrive at the site). This should be

close to the site used for the General Assembly; a space in the lobby or auditorium foyer is

usable for this function.


12. Assign an area for Essay Grading (will need tables and chairs for approximately 20-35 people

and should be rather isolated if possible. Coffee and soft drinks should be made available

throughout the day.
13. Arrange for the use of the gym/audituorium and its P.A. system for the Super Quiz and

General Assembly. Inform the school that the chairperson of the Super Quiz will need to

come out to meet with the appropriate person to arrange for set up and equipment needed for

the event. Confirm the availability of the gym/auditorium on the night prior to Competition

Day so that the Physical Set Up people for the Super Quiz can have access to it to set up

(approximately 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.). Ask that no one be admitted on that night after the

gym/auditorium is set up until Competition Day.



NOTE: If the gym/auditorium is not available on the night before, then check with the

Chairperson of the Super Quiz to see if they can set up on the morning of Competition

Day.
14. Make arrangements for a Coaches'/Workers' Lounge (for Proctors, Aides, Speech Judges,

etc., to take a break and eat lunch). This area has usually been assigned to the campus

Teachers' Lounge.

NOTE: The Coaches'/Workers' Lounge should be separate from the lunch and break facilities

for the students.


15. Make arrangements for a First-Aid Facility (usually assigned to the campus Nurse's Office).
16. Make arrangements for a Headquarters/Visitors' Center/Press Area (usually assigned to the

campus administration office). Here, in case of an emergency, a student, coach or other

worker can receive a call; visitors check in and receive a room visitation schedule and the

press can obtain information. Give the phone number to the Competition Coordinator as soon

as the competition day room assignments are made.
17. Assign a Lunch and Break Area (if outside, make alternate arrangements in case of rain).
18. Make note of where public telephones and restrooms are located on the campus (this will be

illustrated on the map of the campus that will appear within the Academic Decathlon

(Competition Day) Handbook.

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19. Set a date for a walk-through so that the Decathlon Coordinator can examine the facility if

necessary (check with the various Chairpersons to see if they would like to take a look at

the site, especially the Test Scoring and Test Distribution Chairpersons.
20. Arrange for all rooms to be set up the afternoon or evening preceding the morning of

Competition Day so that all rooms are set up properly prior to the time the first test period

begins (it is usually requested that the rooms be open at 7:00 a.m.).

Please be sure that you know who will have the master key at the site on Competition Day and also on the afternoon or evening prior to the Decathlon.
21. Keep in touch with the contact person at the site to confirm all arrangements mentioned

herein. (Please be sure that you send them WRITTEN confirmations for all arrangements).



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SITE AND FACILITIES TIMELINE


TASK

JUNE

JULY

AUG

SEPT

OCT

NOV

DEC

JAN

FEB

Determine the Decathlon site and obtain the necessary permission from administrators

X

























Visit site and make room assignments

X

X






















Secure a map of the campus and update it for use in the handbook

X

X






















Supply State Director with maps and room assignments for Handbook













X













Have necessary directional, campus and information signs made



















X

X




Be responsible for making sure all rooms are open on Competition Day and all signs are in place

























X

Recruit individuals to serve as guides both Competition days around campus






















X

X

Be available for set-up of Super Quiz

























X

Arrange for nurse, custodian and security personal to be on duty during competition






















X

X

Be available throughout the competition to deal with any problems/questions that may arise

























X

Assist in equipment needed for Awards Program

























X

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REMINDER:
For necessary classroom space for Regional competitions, consider:
• Nine regular team members are on each team

• Each team member should be in a separate testroom for testing

• Each testroom may have no more than 28 students
Therefore, for each 20-30 teams you will need:
• 9 - 12 testrooms

• 9 to 18 speech rooms, depending on number of participating schools and

time schedule

• 9 to 18 interview rooms depending on number of participating schools and time schedule


For personnel for these same rooms, you will need:
• At least 1 proctor and 1 aide for each testroom

• 27- 54 speech judges

• 9 - 18 speech timers

• 27 - 54 interview judges




PLUS all other necessary personnel (i.e., Test Scoring (2-4), Test Distribution(9-12), Essay Grading (20-30), Site and Facilities Arrangements, etc.)

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ASSIGNMENT OF ROOMS
Test Rooms Interview Rooms Speech Rooms

1. ______________ 1. ______________ 1. ______________

2. ______________ 2. ______________ 2. ______________

3. ______________ 3. ______________ 3. ______________

4. ______________ 4. ______________ 4. ______________

5. ______________ 5. ______________ 5. ______________

6. ______________ 6. ______________ 6. ______________

7. ______________ 7. ______________ 7. ______________

8. ______________ 8. ______________ 8. ______________

9. ______________ 9. ______________ 9. ______________

10. ______________ 10. ______________ 10. _____________

11. ______________ 11. ______________ 11. ______________

12. ______________ 12. ______________ 12. ______________

13. ______________ 13. ______________ 13. ______________

14. ______________ 14. ______________ 14. ______________

15. ______________ 15. ______________ 15. ______________

16. ______________ 16. ______________ 16. ______________

17. ______________ 17. ______________ 17. ______________

18. ______________ 18. ______________ 18. ______________
Other Room Assignments


Interview Judge Orientation




Interview Evaluation Pick-Up/Return




Speech Judge Orientation




Speech Evaluation Pick-Up/Return




Essay Grading




Test Distribution




Test Scoring




General Assembly




General Assembly




Coaches/Workers Lounge




Registration




Proctors/Aides’ Orientation




Super Quiz Relay



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Lunch/Students and Coaches




Dinner Judges




Headquarters/Message Center





Key Contact People
Name Title Phone
Name Title Phone
Name Title Phone
Name Title Phone

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ACADEMIC DECATHLON - TESTROOMS
FRIDAY/SATURDAY Set Up of Testrooms

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