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The competitions (robot missions on the tables) are always free and open to the public.

The judging rooms are limited to 2 coaches and one historian (a person with a camera in hand).

Darlene Pantaleo
Judge Advisor
Maggie Walker




On Nov 17, 2009, at 5:53 AM, kumar s wrote:

> Team,
>  
> This is a general question related to the competition day at JMU.
>  
> I coach one of the FLL teams and got a question from one of the parents.
> As we prepare for our Dec 5-6 trip to JMU in Harrisonburg, she wanted me to find out if she can bring her parents so that they can watch their grandson compete.
>  
> Can I assume that the grandparents along with parents would be able to enter the hall and watch the robot missions when the team participates?
>  
> I would assume they  still will continue to allow only 2 (of not 3) adult folks from the team into any of the design/project/teamwork judging rooms though.
>  
> If anyone has experience from prior years, please let me know.
>  
> Thank you.
>  
> Kumar
> Coach-Hydrogen Fuel Cell
>  
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