You may certainly use the BCSD flyer, but it is not required. You may also create your own publicity materials for your school tech fair.
First place winners in each grade level division of a category will move on to the Georgia Educational Technology Fair (State Tech Fair). The State Tech Fair will be held Saturday March 11, 2017 on the Macon Campus of Middle Georgia State University. Please check the State Tech Fair website. http://www.gatechfair.org/
Judges will interview each participant for no more than 15 minutes and see the project. The judges use a rubric guide to evaluate and score each project. After completing the judging of all projects in a grade/category, the judges will rank the projects and decide on the winner. All decisions of the judges are final. In order to interview the student about the project and ask questions, the judges may view only a portion of a project.
You may enter one project for each category for each grade level division. Each student may enter one project.
Each school is allowed to send one student per category per grade level division to the BCSD Technology Fair. If you have more than one student who wishes to enter in the same category that are in the same grade level division, you will need to have a school tech fair to determine a winner.