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Southern Regional Tournament
Judge Registration

Thank you for volunteering to be a judge. We need to know your phone number and email address so that we can contact you with updated information.   We would also like to know which problem you prefer to judge.   The problems for this year are described below.   If you do not select a problem when you register then we will help you decide when you come to training on February 5th at Canyon del Oro HS
 
Judges Training is mandatory and will be held at CDO on Feb 4th.  8 am to Noon
 
Spontaneous: All teams compete in spontaneous problem solving which can involve verbal or hands-on problems. 
 
Problem 1:  VEHICLE   PIRATES AND THE TREASURE
Divisions I, II, III, IV

Ahoy OMers! In this problem, a group of pirates sail their "ship" to reclaim stolen treasure and return it to the Queen. The pirates will battle an original sea monster that guards the treasure. The performance will also include a pirate captain, flag, and song.

 



 

Problem 2: TECHNICAL   BECAUSE I CAN 

 

Divisions I, II, III, IV

 

Some contraptions and devices seem to make tasks much more complicated--and in this problem, that's a good thing! Teams will create a device that will perform tasks including raising a flag and ringing a bell simply because they can. Once the device starts, it will complete the series of tasks without team assistance. The setting will be a team-created laboratory, and the performance will include an inventor character and a costume that changes its appearance.

 

 

Problem 3: Classics…THE WALLS OF TROY 

Divisions I, II, III, IV

OMers know there is more than one way to get past any type of barrier--and, in this problem, they will prove it! Ancient Greek Poet Homer created The Iliad, which tells the story oAchilles and the Trojan War. Now, OM teams will put their spin on the popular concept of the "Trojan Horse" by creating one of their own. It will be used to get past a wall in a performance that also includes a character from The Iliad, an original Greek Chorus, and an unusual statue.

 

 

 

Problem 4: WHERE'S THE STRUCTURE 

Divisions I, II, III, IV

 

In this problem, teams will have audiences wondering, "Where's the structure?" Teams will design and build a structure made of only balsa wood and glue that balances and holds as much weight as possible. It will have three parts and each part will be hidden in plain sight. During the performance the team will reveal each part and assemble them into a final structure for testing. The performance will also include a poem about searching for something special

 

 

 

Problem 5: THEATRICAL    THE MOST DRAMATIC PROBLEM EVER!!!

Divisions I, II, III, IV

OMG! Can you believe that happened? Teams will create a humorous performance about a dramatic character that overreacts to common events. The performance will showcase different theatrical styles as the character overreacts. However, in one situation their reaction is justified, but they are ignored. The performance will also include something that grows and a costume that represents two characters.

This problem is sponsored by ARM & HAMMER.

 

 

 

Primary: DINOS ON PARADE!

 

Grades K-2

What better way to celebrate a new discovery than with a parade? Teams will create a performance all about dinosaurs. There will be a paleontologist character that discovers a "new" dinosaur that is invented by the team, an artistic representation of an already discovered dinosaur, and another portrayed by a team member in costume. These will all be presented in a fun parade!

 

 

 

 


 

Judge Information
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 City, state, zip   
 Phone 
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 Experience in years
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Are you representing a team?    No | Yes


Do you have any children/relatives competing?   No | Yes



 Past Position(s) Held (Check all that apply)
  Spontaneous Verbal
  Head Judge
  Problem Judge
  Holding Room
  Weigh-In Judge
  Staging Area Judge
  Score Checker
  Time Keeper
  Door Keeper
  Score Room
  Style Judge
  Spontaneous Hands-on

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