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It is a good idea to have at least one parent per kid especially since this
is the first year. There is a lot of running around to do from place to
place for robot runs and judging sessions. Having extra set of hands to get
the team time on the practice table, scout out the judging session rooms,
keep track of the kids as they roam around to see other teams, pick up
lunch, bring snacks, etc., is very helpful. As a coach you will have too
many other things to take care of to be doing these things. There are three
adults allowed in the judging session so parents can take turns going into
the three judging sessions as well.


On Fri, Nov 2, 2018 at 2:36 PM Robin Cole <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> I've got a first year team that's competing next weekend. I'm trying to
> get a better feel for the logistics of tournament day. Do kids usually have
> at least one parent per kid hang out the whole day? It looks like the
> actual competitions are fairly closed, so parents won't be able to watch
> much. I guess it's more a question of whether my fellow coach and I want to
> be responsible for wrangling the team by ourselves all day. What do other
> people do? Thanks.
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