Congress materials for the 2020 FGCCFL Grand Finals are now available on Tabroom and below:
This 30-page packet contains chamber assignments, eligible POs (only these students may preside in the preliminary sessions), seating charts, and preliminary and Super Congress legislation. The legislation is numbered and published in agenda order; this order is preset and may not be changed. Debate time limits are listed for each chamber.
Good luck and happy researching!
Interactive results for Durant have been posted on Tabroom. PDF results are available below:
Student Congress chamber assignments, calendars, and seating charts for the February 8 tournament at Durant High School are now available on Tabroom and below:
The Student Congress docket for the February 8 FGCCFL tournament at Durant High School has been posted on Tabroom and below.
Round-by-round and summary results for the January 18 FGCCFL All Events tournaments at Sickles High School are now available on Tabroom. Summary results packets are also available below.
Chamber assignments, legislative calendars, and seating charts for Student Congress at the January 18 FGCCFL All Events tournament at Sickles High School are now available on Tabroom and below.
The Student Congress docket for the January 18 FGCCFL All Events tournament at Sickles High School has been published on the tournament’s Tabroom site and below.
As always, legislators are advised to begin their research immediately rather than waiting for chamber assignments. Good luck!
The invitation for the 2020 FGCCFL Grand Finals, to be held February 28 (Debate and Congress) and February 29 (all events) at Osceola High School in St. Petersburg, has been posted to the tournament’s Tabroom site and below:
The registration deadline for this tournament is February 10.
Legislative calendars and seating charts for the NSDA District Congress are now available. (The legislation was posted last week. However, the Senate docket has been updated.)
Tournament invitations for the remaining local tournaments of the FGCCFL seasons have been posted to Tabroom and are available here.
We will offer Program Oral Interpretation and Informative Speaking at these tournaments to help students prepare for the NSDA District Tournament in March.
However, competing in POI and INF does not count toward Grand Finals eligibility. (UPDATE: POI and INF will count toward Grand Finals eligibility.)
REMEMBER: To be eligible for Grand Finals, each school must participate in at least TWO FGCCFL tournaments during the season, and each student must compete in all rounds of at least ONE FGCCFL tournament.