GENERAL INFORMATION

BIBB COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION (2018-2019)

Robotics

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Westside High School

2851 Heath Road | Macon, GA 31206


This event draws upon the exceptional talents of BCSD students; first-place winners will advance to compete at the Georgia Student Technology Competition to be held on Saturday, March 10, 2019.


WHAT SCHOOLS SHOULD DO:

  • SELECT THE TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION COORDINATOR: Deadline September 3, 2018.

  • ClickTAKE SURVEY to fill out the Technology Competition Coordinator form (O365 log in required).

  • Schools may have more than one Coordinator, but the person entered in the survey will be the PRIMARY Coordinator and contact person for the school.

  • REVIEW ALL TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION GUIDELINES:Download the Coordinator Guidelines and Responsibilities regarding school level deadlines, communications, registration, transportation and attendance HERE

  • LAUNCH A SCHOOL CAMPAIGN: Communicate with students, staff, and parents announcing the school and district level Technology Competitions. Create your own or click the below links to print district posters/flyers.

  • CONDUCT A SCHOOL LEVEL TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION: If needed, School level technology competitions must be completed by December 14.

  • Updated: PROJECT INFORMATION: Schools may register three (3) projects in each grade level category to compete at the District level. Entries may be Individual or Team, however teams may consist of no more than two (2) students and teams and individuals compete together. Students may only enter (1) project and the project will compete in the highest grade level division represented.
    Review Category guidelines, descriptions and rubrics HERE. Team entries may consist of no more than two (2) students; teams and individuals compete together. Students may only enter one (1) project. The Technology Competition is open to all Bibb County School District students (including District Charter Schools) in grades 3-12. Any student in an alternative educational setting may compete at his/her currently assigned home school.

  • REGISTRATION: Complete ONLINE REGISTRATION (December 3 - 14, 2018), and submit parental permission forms to the Instructional Technology Department at SOAR Academy (Attention: Vicki Boatwright). Forms must be recieved no later than Friday, January 9, 2019.

  • ATTEND DISTRICT LEVEL COMPETITION: Attend the competition on Saturday, January 26, 2019, and provide supervision for students not accompanied by a parent/guardian. Students must attend the competition to have their project judged. Students must bring their own computer with the project loaded and a back up of the project.

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