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The Gold Standard

Post by bernard » August 16th, 2020, 11:12 pm

The Gold Standard is the Science Olympiad tournament we're familiar with: in-person, single-location tournaments. We've created this topic for discussion because this year, even the Gold Standard might run a little differently.
Science Olympiad, Inc. wrote:The expectation for the 2021 season is that if health conditions in your region/state allow for a traditional in-person, single-location tournament, your state chapter will provide that experience for teams, qualifying them all the way through to our 2021 Science Olympiad National Tournament at Arizona State University on May 21-22, 2021. In order to achieve this expectation, you may have to provide accommodations due to local public health regulations, and provide a COVID-19 release. We will provide you with recommendations to meet many of those regulations in our revised 2021 Event Logistics Manual. However, we’re very aware that circumstances vary across the US, and we want to meet students and teachers where they’re at.
Visit soinc.org/tournaments to read about the several models of learning Science Olympiad is employing to continue the learning while keeping students safe.
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