Event Code: RE-VIQC-19-0230
Program: VEX IQ Challenge
Type of Event: League
Capacity: 30 / Spots Open: 3
Event Region: Wisconsin
Price: $25.00This event is closed to registration because:
Grade Level: All
Robot Skills Challenge Offered: Yes
The Fox Valley VEX IQ League is designed to give teams many opportunities to compete and improve throughout the season. For Finals Matches, teams that participate in fewer than 60% of all Qualifying Matches will be ranked lower than teams that participate in more than 60% of all Qualifying Matches.
|11/4/19||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Monday League Play|
|11/18/19||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Monday League Play|
|12/2/19||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Monday League Play|
|12/16/19||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Monday League Play|
|1/13/20||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Monday League Play|
|1/27/20||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Skills Runs & Engineering Notebook Judging|
|2/6/20||Menasha||UW-FV Plattville Engr. Bldg.||Combined League Championship Night|
Teams may qualify for the VEX IQ State Championship through the Fox Valley VEX IQ League. Please check the Awards tab for the qualifying awards.
On the January 27 League Night, teams that are interested in winning the Design or Excellence award may turn in their Engineering/Design Notebooks. They will be evaluated by a team of judges and returned that night. An Engineering/Design Notebook is required for a team to be eligible for the Excellence Award and the Design Award. If 10 or more teams are registered at each the Elementary and Middle School levels, an Excellence Award will be earned by a team at each level.
The Fox Valley VEX IQ League is hosted by Fox Valley Competitive Robotics. Visit our webpage for more information: http://fvcrinc.wixsite.com/fox-valley-robotics
|Teams||All VEX IQ events|
If 10 or more teams are registered at each level of a Blended event (Elementary School and Middle School) the Excellence Award must be offered at each level. The total number of state qualifying spots will increase by one.
If the STEM Research Award is not offered at the event, the total number of qualifying spots remains the same as the table above.
State Qualifying Spots are initially assigned based on the capacity of the event. After registration closes, and before the event, spots may be adjusted to reflect the number of teams registered for the event according to the table above. Qualifying Spots are assigned by the REC Foundation. The assignments are calculated based on the number of spots available for State Championship, the number and size of qualifying events in the State, and the historical double-qualification rates for the State. Questions on State Qualifying spot assignments may be directed to your REC Foundation Regional Support Manager Bill Ryno by email at: email@example.com.
Event Partners are encouraged to allow all teams to participate in Finals matches. However, at large events or events that are running late, the Event Partner may choose to run finals matches that do not include all teams present.
5:30pm Building is opened so teams can arrive and setup
5:45pm All teams planning to compete must have arrived on site (teams arriving late will be asked to help run the event in lieu of participating)
5:50pm Match schedule for the night is generated
6:00pm Match play begins (Teams may run skills matches in between teamwork matches)
7:30pm Match play ends
7:45pm Building closes
Judging of the Engineering Notebook for Design & Excellence Awards
Teams interested in earning the Design Award or the Excellence Award shall turn in their Engineering Notebooks at the 1/27/2020 league night. The Engineering Notebooks will be returned at the end of the night. If 10 or more teams are registered at each the Elementary and Middle School levels, an Excellence Award will be earned by a team at each level.
Volunteers are needed in order to make the League Play night successful. Each team will be asked to provide an adult volunteer at each competition night.
If weather looks threatening check the General Info tab or this tab for more information. In cases of extreme weather conditions a notice will be emailed to the team's Primary Contact.
Team fees are due within 2 weeks of registration and must be paid prior to the first night of competition. Teams may withdraw from the league and request a refund up until October 31. A processing fee may be deducted from the refund. Teams that withdraw from the league after that date will not receive a refund.
REC Foundation Design Award RubricREC Foundation Design Award Rubric
Participant Release Form SpanishParticipant Release Form Spanish
REC Foundation Code of ConductREC Foundation Code of Conduct
Criteria for registered VEX IQ Challenge teams (Elementary and Middle School) to qualify for participation in championship events.VIQC Qualifying Criteria
A description of this year's STEM Research ProjectSTEM Research Project Topic (2019-2020)
A description of this year's STEM Research Project Rubric.STEM Research Project Topic Rubric (2019-2020)
VIQC Sqaured Away One Page Description.VIQC Sqaured Away One Page Description
VIQC Robot Inspection Checklist.VIQC Robot Inspection Checklist
Participant Release Form EnglishParticipant Release Form