2017 Talking Tiger Forensics Judge Invitation
Dear Friend,

On Saturday, March 4, 2017, Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School will host the Talking Tiger Invitational Forensics Tournament. We need your help! We are looking for interested and enthusiastic people to judge the various events offered. Previous judging experience is not required! Ten events (listed below) are offered, and cover the categories of acting, vocal interpretation, speaking and limited preparation events.

As a judge you may select the event(s) you would prefer and specify which round(s) you are available. Please circle your preferences on the form below. If interest warrants, we will offer a judge training clinic at a time to be announced later. You are encouraged, but not required, to attend judge training. Additional instruction is available by contacting me at the phone number or e-mail address listed below.

Please complete the form with your preferences. If you know of anyone else who would be interested in judging, please pass along this information. We look forward to having you with us on Saturday, March 4!

E. Noelle Walters (Work) 913-833-2240
ACCJSHS Forensics Coach (Cell) 913-426-1691 walters.noelle@usd377.org

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Would you like to judge, or would you prefer to help with the tournament in some other way?
What events are you interested in judging? Select all that interest you...you must judge different events each round you judge.
What events are you NOT interested in judging? Select all that you have no desire to judge. I will do my best to keep you out of these events.
What rounds are you available to judge? You will be scheduled for all the rounds that you select.
Do you need directions to ACCHS?
Would you like judging instructions sent to you ahead of the tournament? There will be a brief training session at 7:30 a.m. prior to the tournament's first round.
Any important details that the Talking Tigers need to know? (time restrictions, dietary needs, mobility issues, etc.)
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