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Sender: First Lego League in Virginia and DC <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2015 09:54:11 -0400
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For Judging, make sure you have 4 copies of the team information sheet.  You
will take and leave a sheet in every judging room.   You will also need a
copy when checking in for the tournament.  


Why the information sheet is important?

*         It helps the judges get to know your team.

*         It helps judges remember your team.  When you judges see several
teams, anything to help the judges remember your team is beneficial.


Information Sheet Tips:

*         Connect the team picture to a unique team feature - your silly
hat, t-shirt, etc.  Make it easy for judges to remember your team visually.

*         Keep it brief.  Judges have limit time, only document the key


You can find my team's information sheet from World Class on my blog at < > .


You can find the template at
< > 
nfoSheet-fixed-12-2-11.pdf.  Plan to have a minimum of 4 copies.



Scott Rakestraw

Judge Advisor

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