Coaches or parents can fill in the forms for teams.
Primary and Division I teams may have the coach help them fill in the forms.
Divisions II, III, and IV must fill in the forms on their own.
Forms don't really matter.
The penalty will be -1 to -15 points.
No penalty will be assessed.
The team will be disqualified.
The performance will be stopped until the sign is fixed.
Seasoned coaches from our school can clarify questions for us.
All teams must use the online clarification process. All answers to team clarifications should be printed out and brought to competition with the team.
Our local Tournament Director can answer our clarification on the problem we are doing.
The team doesn't need a clarification. The judges will understand we are right.
Tournament officials will remove bars from the center of doorways to accommodate large props.
All parts of a problem solution must be able to fit through a doorway that measures 28" x 78".
Teams may not alter the building in any way.
The team can take the bar out of the doorway so the prop will fit through.
That is correct.
The team should be at their performance site 1 hour before their competition time.
The team should be at their performance site 20 minutes before their scheduled competition time.
The team should be at the performance site 5 minutes before their competition time.
The 8 minute time limit includes setting up. The team will not be allowed to setup before time begins.
The team can take as long as it needs to setup before time begins.
What 8 minutes?
The team will have a few minutes to setup before the 8 minutes begins.
It must be listed on the Cost Form.
There is an assigned value of $10.
The repair kit must be listed at garage sale value.
The repair kit is exempt from cost.
All team members can participate in Spontaneous.
Only 5 team members may participate in Spontaneous.
Teams should pick their best 3 team members to participate in Spontaneous.
Give the team ideas on how to make it work.
Ask the team what other things might they be able to use to get it to work.
Tell the team to use a fan.
Ask the team what other things they have seen that work in a similar way. How were they made?
Contest a score and provide video of the performance as evidence.
Ask for an explanation of penalties given.
Ask to be able to explain the scoring elements to the judging team because they obviously don't have a clue.
Throw a fit in front of everyone if the team's scores are too low.
The team should be prepared for the judges to look at elements of their solution and the judges will ask them questions about their solution.
The team should quickly move their props and things from their solution out of the way so the next team can perform.
Be afraid of the judges.
The coach should come forward to answer all questions from the judges.
This is allowed for Division I only.
This is not allowed and would be considered Outside Assistance.
The help was only on the backdrop and not the rest of the solution so this is fine.
The dad was concerned about the safety of the kids using power tool and he was just trying to keep the kids safe so it is fine.
This is true.
One of the team members can sign everyone's name.
Each team member and coach must individually sign the Outside Assistance Form.
One of the parents can sign everyone's name on the form.
That's a great idea!
This is not allowed until after World Finals each year.
You'll become famous.
Other teams would love to see my team's solution ahead of time.
That's fine. I'm sure the mom will do a great job!
It's alright as long as a team member tells the mom how to do it.
This would be considered Outside Assistance.
This is fine as long as no one sees.
The team should practice building several structures.
The team should practice crushing several structures before they come to competition.
The team is only allowed to build one structure per year.
People serving as judges should not plan on being able to see the team's performance.
Someone else can take their place judging while they go watch their team perform.
Judges are very important and they need to be prepared to serve as a judge the whole day.
They will be a scoring judge in their team's performance.
The exact same thing that is being scored in the problem already.
The creativity of the team sign.
A character's costume that is not being scored already.
The humor in the performance.
A copy of the Long-Term problem the team chooses to solve.
The Program Guide.
A coach that knows how to do everything.