The Student Congress docket and seating charts for FGCCFL All Events 4, to be held 9 December at the Academy of the Holy Names, have been posted on Tabroom and below.
The Student Congress docket and seating charts for FGCCFL All Events 3, to be held 4 November 2023 at Newsome High School in Lithia, have been posted to Tabroom and are available below.
UPDATE 27 October @ 8:19 PM: H. Res. 305 has been replaced in the docket due to a scrivener’s error. If you downloaded the docket prior to the timestamp of this update, a corrected version of the resolution can be downloaded separately below the full docket.
The FGCCFL Student Congress Manual has been updated to Revision 23.10. This revision updates our rules to follow the new NCFL manual to the extent that it is appropriate for local, rather than national, competition.
This manual will be in effect at FGCCFL All Events Tournaments 3, 4, and 5 (if held). A subsequent revision will include procedures for Grand Finals.
The tournament invitation for FGCCFL All Events 3, to be held November 4 at Newsome High School in Lithia, has been posted on Tabroom and below.
Registration for this tournament opens at 8 AM on Monday, October 9. The deadline to submit all registration materials, including Congress legislation, is 9 PM on Thursday, October 26.
All tournament invitations posted this year can now be found in one place. Click “Tournaments” at the top of the screen, then click “Invitations.”
In addition, invitations will be pinned to the top of the page until registration closes.
Coaches, students, and judges should familiarize themselves with the Online Tournament Guidance posted below. This guidance explains how Tabroom and NSDA Campus work at an online tournament and offers specific suggestions for particular events. (Judges may also want to review the Electronic Balloting Guide, also linked below.)
The invitation for FGCCFL All Events 2, to be held October 14 at Hillsborough High School, has been posted to Tabroom (fgccfl2.tabroom.com) and below.
The registration deadline for this tournament is 9:00 pm on Thursday, October 5. Congress legislation is also due at this time; early submission is encouraged.
New Judge Training
At this tournament only, FGCCFL will conduct new judge training during the morning rounds. Trainee judges will then shadow other registered judges in the afternoon rounds. Coaches will register their trainees in Tabroom (under “Judges in Training”), and these participants will pay a $10 host/lunch fee.
At this tournament only, novice students will have the opportunity to observe rounds to learn about different events and to see what happens at a forensics tournament. Observers will pay a $10 host/lunch fee. They will be assigned to watch four rounds in different events on a space-available basis; they are expected to adhere to the Code of Conduct and may not flow or take notes during rounds.
The final Student Congress docket and seating charts for the Fall Congress (September 9 @ Pine View) have been posted to Tabroom and are available below.
The final docket consists of nine student-drafted items and three supplemental items. All student submissions that complied with the League’s requirements were placed on the docket.