The Student Congress docket (legislation packet) for the October 16 FGCCFL online tournament is now available on Tabroom and below.
REMINDERS: Legislation must be written using the approved FGCCFL templates and uploaded to Tabroom in Microsoft Word format. The maximum length of a B/R is one page; simplify if necessary.
The October 2021 FGCCFL All Events Tournament will be held online via Tabroom and NSDA Campus on Saturday, October 16. Registration and postings may be found on the tournament’s Tabroom site. The invitation may be found there or downloaded below.
The Coaches’ Meeting will be held via Zoom during Round 2 (starts 11:00 AM). Judge training will be offered via Zoom during Round 3 (starts 1:00 PM). Links will be provided to coaches and judges.
Looking forward to seeing you online!
As we begin the new school year, here’s what you need to know:
Membership Fees for the 2021-2022 FGCCFL/NCFL season are $50.00 per school. The NCFL fees will be paid again this year by the FGCCFL league.
Fees are due no later than September 10, 2021. All checks must be made out to FGCCFL.
Please email both the FGCCFL membership form and the NCFL membership form to Dr. Terri St John at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, 3 September. Checks should be sent to Paul Jannereth at the address on the invoice (below). Online payments may be made at the “Pay Invoice” link above.
The Coaches’ Kick-Off meeting will be held Wednesday, 25 August, 4 PM via Zoom. Look for an email from Paul Jannereth with the Zoom link and the agenda. This is an important meeting. If you have agenda items, please email them to Dr. Terri St. John by Friday, August 13.
Please speak with your administration ASAP regarding hosting one of our tournaments. It is currently the opinion of the Board that considering the increase of Covid-19 cases, the first two tournaments (September and October) will be virtual.
FGCCFL has created an electronic balloting guide with instructions for completing Speech, Congress, and Debate ballots on Tabroom. Thanks to Jennifer Bell of Wharton High School for putting this guide together.
Updated instructions for judges at FGCCFL Online Tournaments are now available for download. These instructions pertain to both NSDA Campus and Tabroom electronic ballots.
REMINDER: Judges must ensure that they have the necessary equipment, including camera, Chrome browser (Microsoft Edge is currently 100% compatible), and reliable internet connection.
Videos of the online judge trainings held October 3 are now available on the new Judge Training page. Judge “cheat sheets” for the rest of 2020 and IE rules/criteria have also been posted.
A brief how-to guide for Student Congress on NSDA Campus is now available. Those participating in the Wharton Mini Congress should download and review this information.
Tabroom has provided a one-page quick reference for judges that explains how to sign up and how to complete an online ballot on Tabroom.