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This post includes advice that should be closely followed, specifically the careful planning and policy referencing bits..bernard wrote: ↑March 8th, 2020, 7:08 pmI agree with NadiaT; it is "inspiring to see [you] all come together for the sake of science" despite unfortunately having your state tournaments cancelled. However, I wouldn't want to see eager Science Olympiad students or Scioly.org in hot water from the national organization, so I advise you to plan carefully and reference these policies as needed. Thanks for your energy, passion, and flexibility.