Middle School Only Squared Away Tournament at Sacred Heart

02/08/2020
Middle School Only Squared Away Tournament at Sacred Heart

Event Code: RE-VIQC-19-9803

Program: VEX IQ Challenge

Type of Event: Tournament

Capacity: 30 / Spots Open: -

Max Registrations per Organization: 6

Standard Registration Opens: Fri, Nov 1, 2019 9:00 AM EDT

Registration Deadline: Sat, Feb 1, 2020 11:59 PM EST

Price: $75.00

This event is closed to registration because:
  • Registration opens at a future date.
Awards
Award Qualifies for
Design Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Excellence Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Teamwork Champion Award (VIQC) State/Regional Championship
CREATE U.S. Open
Robot Skills Champion Award (VIQC) Does not qualify for any events.
STEM Research Project Award (VIQC) Does not qualify for any events.
Judges Award (VIQC) Does not qualify for any events.

Match Results

Finalist Ranking

Teamwork Ranking

VEX via

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Team List

The team list for this event is not currently available. Please check back four weeks prior to the event date.

REC Foundation Design Award Rubric

REC Foundation Design Award Rubric

 

Participant Release Form (English)

Participant Release Form

 

Participant Release Form Spainish

Participant Release Form Spainish

 

REC Foundation Code of Conduct

REC 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 Project

STEM 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

 

STEM Research

This season the STEM Research Project is presented as a 4-minute video plus 15 seconds of credits that the team records and uploads to SchoolTube, YouTube, or a similar online video platform. A link to the video must be submitted to the Event Partner no later than ONE WEEK BEFORE the tournament date. Follow these steps:

  1. Please refer to the **STEM Research Project and Presentation** document from the REC Foundation. The document can be found in the VEX IQ Challenge Team Resources area at https://www.roboticseducation.org
  2. Record the STEM Presentation as a video following the instructions in the STEM Research Project and Presentation document.
  3. Upload the video to one of the online video resources following the instructions in the STEM Research Project and Presentation document.
  4. Have the coach or another adult email the link to the video, including the team number and contact information for the coach, to the Event Partner no later than ONE WEEK BEFORE the tournament date:

    Debbi Salom <robotics.sacredheart@gmail.com>

  5. Teams WILL NOT be interviewed by judges at the event, unless the event qualifies teams directly to VEX Worlds. Please refer to the STEM Research Project and Presentation document for details.
  6. Only ONE submission allowed per team. If two or more video links are sent to the Event Partner, only the first link received will be considered.
  7. The winner of the STEM Research Project Award will be announced with the other judged awards at the event.
If you have questions about this process, please contact your REC Foundation Regional Support Manager. Refer to our website for contact information: www.robotevents.com/support

Refund Policy

If you need to cancel, please do so by Feb 1st for a refund of the fees collected (minus the RobotEvents processing fee). Email with subject: VEX IQ Tournament Cancelation to robotics.sacredheart@gmail.com

Emergency/Bad Weather Policy

Our facilities is indoors and will be cancelled only in the event of extreme weather. Please make sure your contact information is updated in RobotEvents.com in case we need to contact you in an emergency.

Volunteer

Sacred Heart's Robotics Program relies on youth and adult volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering at this event please contact robotics.sacredheart@gmail.com

Thank you!

Agenda

12:15 - 1:15 check in - teams not checked in by 1:15 will be dropped from the tournament. 
12:30- 1:30 Inspection
1:30 pm Welcome/Event Announcements/Drivers and coaches meeting/match schedule distributed
1:45 - 4:00 Tournament Matches
4:15 - 5:00 pm Tournament Finals and Awards

12:30 - 4:00 Robot and Programming Skills Challenge fields open

Event Dates

Date: 02/08/2020

Venue/Location:

Sacred Heart School
13718 Saratoga Avenue
Saratoga, California 95070
United States

Grade Level: Middle School

Robot Skills Challenge Offered: Yes

STEM Research Offered: Yes

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Debbi Salom
Title: Volunteer
Email: robotics.sacredheart@gmail.com
Phone: 4083757117
Event Day Phone: 4083757117

Secondary Contact
Amy Welte
Title: science teacher
Email: a.welte@sacredheartsaratoga.org
Phone: 5627870577
Event Day Phone: 5627870577

Additional Contact Information:

For a more immediate response please text 408-375-7117

General Info

Our event provides an opportunity for students to learn STEM in a hands on fun environment. Students should make the decisions and do all the work, including, strategy, building, programming, researching, choosing a problem and innovative solution, and presenting at a tournament. Adults are expected to give guidance, provide structure, encouragement, and most of all, a fun experience. 

We value fellow event partners, If you are an active event partner this year please contact me for 1 free team admission before registering.

This event will offer the STEM research project, which is due online by 2/1/20. This year STEM research project is not required for the excellence award. For more details see: https://www.roboticseducation.org/documents/2019/08/stem-research-project-topic-2019-2020.pdf