The invitation for the October 12 FGCCFL All Events tournament at Southeast High School in Bradenton (previously posted on Tabroom) is now available here.
REMINDER: Legislation for the Lakewood Ranch tournament must be uploaded to Tabroom by 8:00 p.m. tonight (Monday 9/16).
The docket and chamber assignments for the September 21 Congressional Debate tournament at Hillsborough have been posted to the tournament’s Tabroom site and below:
NOTE: For this tournament only, all legislation with a registered author was approved for the docket and reproduced verbatim.
The fall Congressional Debate tournament and FGCCFL coaches’ meeting, originally scheduled for September 7, will now be held on September 21 at Hillsborough High School. The registration deadline is now 8 p.m. on Friday, September 13.
The fall Congressional Debate tournament and coaches’ meeting scheduled for September 7 has been postponed due to severe weather. Further information will be posted when available.
The fall open Congress tournament and FGCCFL coaches’ meeting will be held Saturday, September 7 at Hillsborough High School in Tampa.
Registration and legislation are due Friday, August 30. Schools may register on Tabroom or via email (for this tournament only). Please see the invitation (linked above) for more information.
Coaches who are attending the meeting but whose schools are not bringing students to compete should RSVP to Dr. Terri St. John by August 31.
As we look forward to the start of a new forensics season, please note the following:
- Membership forms and instructions for 2019-2020 are may be found on the Membership page. All forms and fees are due no later than September 28 (the first FGCCFL tournament).
- The fall open Congress tournament and FGCCFL coaches’ meeting will be held at Hillsborough High School on September 7; an invitation is forthcoming. Any items for the coaches’ meeting should be emailed to Dr. Terri St. John by August 30.
- Coaches and students can find an updated FGCCFL Student Congress Manual, updated legislation templates, and the Fall 2019 supplemental docket on the new Congress page.