2019 Math Super Bowl Registration Form
The Tulare County Office of Education is pleased to announce that the 45th Annual Math Super Bowl will be held on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Exhibit Hall of the Visalia Convention Center. Each Tulare County school may bring two 7th grade and two 8th grade teams. Please be aware that we will not be accepting alternates. Non-Graphing calculators will be allowed for all tests. Students must bring their own non-graphing calculators to the event. Please plan on providing lunch for students and adults. We are not asking for monitors this year because our staff will be on the floor monitoring the tests. We are still however requiring someone to assist in the scoring room if you are bringing more than one team.

Registration Deadline is:
March 12, 2019

Please send payment, check or purchase order payable to Tulare County Office of Education, to:

Tulare County Office of Education
ATTN: PAULA TERRILL
7000 Doe Avenue, Suite A
Visalia, CA 93291

If you have any questions regarding Math Super Bowl, you may contact Julie Joseph at julie.joseph@tcoe.org or call (559) 651-3641 or Paula Terrill at paula.terrill@tcoe.org or call (559) 651-0565.

School Name *
Your answer
School Phone Number *
Please include area code. (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Your answer
Teacher Coach Name *
First and Last name.
Your answer
Teacher Coach Email Address *
Your answer
Number of 7th grade teams *
You can have a maximum of two 7th grade teams.
Number of 8th grade teams *
You can have a maximum of two 8th grade teams.
Name of adult scoring tests. *
First and last name. If you have more than 1 team, you are required to have at least 1 scorer.
Your answer
Name of additional adult scoring tests.
First and last name. If you have more than 1 team, you are required to have at least 1 scorer.
Your answer
Schedule
8:00 Registration
8:45 Welcome, Review of Procedure
9:00 Power Bowl
9:45 Break
10:05 Pro Bowl
11:10 Team Bowl
12:00 Lunch
12:20 Awards Ceremony
Events
Power Bowl
Students will work independently to solve 35 multiple-choice problems in a 40-minute period. All test materials will be furnished, including pencils and scratch paper. There is no penalty for guessing. Individual trophies will be given to the top five students in each category. Top scorers from each school will be recognized with a Power Bowl Individual Honors Ribbon.

Pro Bowl
Students will be divided into teams of five students from different schools. They will be given one open-ended problem to solve in a 45-minute period. The Pro Bowl will be evaluated on the thoroughness and accuracy of the answer. The problem will be scored by a committee of judges. Judges will look for natural breaks in the distribution of scores. Those in the first break will receive Superior ribbons; the next break will receive Excellent ribbons.

Team Bowl
Students will compete in teams of five from their own school. Each team will be required to complete 20 multiple-step problems in a 40-minute period. Judges will look for natural breaks in the distribution of scores. Those in the first break will receive Superior ribbons and the next break will receive Excellent ribbons.

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