Oregon FIRST LEGO QUALIFYING TOURNAMENTS

Tournament City Portland
Tournament Date

Saturday, December 14, 2013

and

Sunday, December 15, 2013

This venue is hosting two separate tournaments on two different days. Please consult the Oregon FLL Tournament Assignment List to confirm the date of your assigned event.

Intel Oregon FIRST LEGO League Qualifying Tournament Assignments for Nature's Fury Challenge
BY TEAM NUMBER
-------BY TEAM CITY

Location Catlin Gabel School, 8825 Southwest Barnes Road, Portland, OR
Tournament Director Paul Andrichuk / andrichukp(at)catlin(dot)edu
Team Check in Time 8:00 am
Documents specific to this tournament

QT-CGS- Pre-Tournament Letter for Coaches & Mentors

QT-CGS- Letter to distribute to Team Parents

QT-CGS - CAMPUS MAP

WHAT TO BRING TO THE TOURNAMENT

FIRST Consent & Release Forms - bring one signed copy for every team member, coach, mentors and other chaperones.
(up to 10 team members and 3 adults)
FIRST Consent and Release Form - in English
FIRST Consent and Release Form - in Spanish


TEAM INTRODUCTION PAGES for ALL THREE JUDGING SESSIONS -
Click here to download all three Team Introduction Pages
Robot Design, Project, Core Values
3 pages in one document.
Team Introduction Pages in PDF Format
Team Introduction Pages in MS Word

FLL Tournament Checklist

OTHER Tournament Information

FLL Core Values Observation Policy

Qualifying Tournament Awards Summary

Other Important Documents for Review

Robot Design Judging Summary -encouraged but not required for QT see detailed information about Robot Design Judging.

EVENT DETAILED SCHEDULE

QT-14CGS

QT-15CGS

 

Inclement Weather and Cancellation Policy

Oregon Robotics Tournament and Outreach Program

Inclement Weather and Cancellation Policy

The safety of the team members and our volunteers is the most important consideration. The FIRST LEGO League Operational Partners for Oregon use that consideration to guide all decisions when deciding to cancel or delay an event.

Oregon's FLL Operational Partners will cancel or delay an event using information from the US Weather Bureau to help us forecast if it would be safe for a majority of the teams/volunteers to travel to and from the event. If the site host closes their facility because of weather, health and emergency related reasons, the event will be canceled.

Coaches and parents must always assess their own travel route for safety and make their own decision to travel. Keep it in perspective. The safety of the kids is the most important consideration. Official information site for tournament cancellations or delays .

In addition, ORTOP and QT Directors will email to both the primary and emergency contact email addresses with notification or updates.

The third method of contact is by phone using the emergency phone number provided by the coach.

If any of this information has changed since October, please update your Qualifying Tournament Director.

Please note: If an event is canceled it is impossible to reschedule it. Site hosts have booked their facilities months in advance. There is no time to reschedule prior to the Championship. State Championship slots left open by an event cancelation will be assigned by lottery from teams affected by the cancelation. Revised 10/01/11