Judge Training Day

January 9 @ 10 A.M.-3:00 P.M. at Central HS in the South

January 10 @ 11 A.M.-4:00 P.M. at Sam Barlow HS in the North

  • RECOMMEND A JUDGE TO RECRUIT HERE.

  • REGISTER FOR JUDGE TRAINING BY CLICKING HERE.

  • Judge training continues to be a priority in maximizing the educational value of all of our adjudicated events.  We need a roster of quality judges for Regionals, as well as State events.

  • Each Troupe is strongly encouraged to recruit qualified judges. In the past, Troupe’s were obligated to bring a qualified judge with them to Regionals, one (1) judge for each ten (10) entries or so. Today, that requirement no longer fits the model of our training process, but Troupe Directors should consider it an equivalent obligation to contribute to the judging pool, relative to the number of students they bring to the event.

  • Judges who attend and successfully complete the training each January are given priority in terms of scheduling for that February’s regional events. Previously Qualified judges are invited to attend, as well, even if just the afternoon “practice session” refresher.

  • Judges are not paid to attend the training day, which typically lasts from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. and lunch is provided. Those traveling from more than 30 miles away are paid mileage.

  • Judges are paid $100 for working at Regionals, where there is no mileage allowance. Additional judging opportunities exist in April at our State Festival in Salem.

  • Your first step in recruiting a qualified judge to the pool is to to get them to the Judge Training day in January!

  • IMPORTANT JUDGING GUIDELINES AND INFORMATION can be found in the Judge Training SOP below.

  • Sample ballots can be found on the Regionals page.

 

Judge Training SOP

Below is the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Manual for Judge Training. This document can be printed and added to a hardcopy manual, if desired. Check the date of any hardcopies you have. Below is the most current version.


Also available is the HOW TO guide for Hosts, or those considering hosting.

 

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