Elementary

Tournaments with a division for elementary schools (6th grade and below)

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Reminder: Question sets are frequently used at multiple tournaments throughout the state. You are responsible for ensuring that your school attends only one tournament using a particular question set!

Camdenton Laker Bowl

02/21/2015
Tournament Details
Host: 
Camdenton Middle School
Field cap: 
12 (middle school division); 12 (elementary school division)
Fees and discounts: 

Base fee (first team from each school): $60
All subsequent teams: $50
Travel discount (100 miles or more one way): -$5 per team
Buzzer discount (lockout system, must work for eight players): -$5
Experienced moderator* discount: -$10, lunch for moderator

*As a 2nd year school to quiz bowl, we have a relative shortage of experienced moderators. Please let me know if you have experienced moderators; we would love to have them!

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT Middle School Series #12
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses (middle school); 16 tossups with 3 part rebounding bonuses (elementary)

There will be a middle school division (7th/8th grade teams from MSHSAA-affiliated schools) and one for students in the sixth grade or below. Rosters shall be limited to 8 players and we request that you limit teams to six players so as to maximize playing time for all students.

We will have trophies for 1st-3rd place teams and medals for individual students who make all-tournament team honors.

Contact
C.J. Luetkemeyer

Tuscumbia Fall Tournament (Middle School & Elementary)

11/08/2014
Tournament Details
Host: 
Tuscumbia High School
Field cap: 
18 (7th & 8th grade division); 12 (6th grade and under division)
Fees and discounts: 

base fee (first team from each school): $55
second or subsequent teams: $50
travel discount (100 miles or more one way): -$5 per team
buzzer discount (must work for eight players; limit three discounts per school): -$5

Question Set Details
Question Set or Provider: 
NAQT Middle School Series #11
Question Format: 
20 tossups with 3-part rebounding bonuses (7th/8th grade); 16 tossups with 3-part rebounding bonuses (6th grade & under)

Tuscumbia High School will be hosting an academic tournament for students in the 8th grade and below on November 8, 2014. We will be running two divisions, one for 7th/8th grade teams from MSHSAA-affiliated schools and one for students in the sixth grade or below. If there is sufficient demand, we will consider opening a third division for 7th/8th grade teams from non-MSHSAA affiliated schools. The hard cap on team size is eight players; we request that you limit teams to six players so as to maximize playing time for all students.

Contact
Jason Loy
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