Catholic Classic 2022 Judge form
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The CATHOLIC CLASSIC forensics tournament will be co-hosted by St. James and STA on Friday, 1/28 and Saturday, 1/29.  All rounds will be at STA, live and in person!  We need as many adult judges as possible to evaluate and rank student performances.

At present we are seeking judges for the following Friday rounds:

3:15 Round 1
5:00 Round 2


The next section offers signup opportunities at these times.  Please sign up only once; if you need to alter your schedule please contact Mr. DuBois at STA (sdubois@stasaints.net) and he'll amend your information.  Please note that, if you have not done so previously, you will need to create an account at tabroom.com so that we can track your judging info and send you updates directly; you will receive your confirmation via a direct message on 1/21 or thereabouts.

On tournament day, at the scheduled time, please report to the St. Thomas Aquinas commons, where there will be a table marked "judges table".  The computer will assign you to a room and (if you have texting enabled in tabroom.com) send you a text, but we'll still want you to check in in person.  Event descriptions are contained in the last section of this document; this list will also be available at the tournament site.

Please proceed through the entire document and click "SUBMIT FORM" at the end, or we won't know you're coming!
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SECTION ONE: JUDGE INFORMATION
We will not use the information provided here for any reason other than the administration of this tournament, nor will we distribute it to other parties.
JUDGE NAME *
JUDGE EMAIL (must be the same as your tabroom.com account! If you don't have one yet, don't sweat it, just make sure that when you create it you use the same email for both) * *
CELL # (used only in case of emergency or unexplained judge absence)
STUDENT TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR RECRUITING YOU:
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