Welcome to the home page for the 2022 Super Duper Pre-Divisional Simms/Power/Dutton-Brady Tournament tournament hosted by Simms on Jan 29, 2022 for High School students.

Status: System shutdown (No new schools, changes, adds, or drops )

You are  invited to attend the Super Duper Pre-Divisional Simms/Power-Dutton-Brady tournament at Simms!

Registration Deadline: Your registration must be completed on forensicstournament.net no later than Monday, January 4th. Add-ons will be accepted until Tuesday, January 11th.

 

You are all Super Heroes in our books. Please come prepared to celebrate your own awesomeness and your favorite super hero!

  • 1 Prize awarded for best Super Hero outfit during awards!

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Entry Fees: Entry fees will be $5.00 per student. A $5 team fee will also be charged. 

Registration will be in the main office from 7:30 - 8:15 AM. 

 Rules: The MHSA handbook rules will be enforced. We will be using the January/February LD Topic

A few things to note:

  • Concessions will be available to students

  • One hospitality room will be provided for all: coaches, judges, and drivers.

  • The commons area will be in the gym; students should keep their belongings in there.

  • Students may not enter a room without a judge present.

  • Simms and Power-Dutton/Brady have Middle School teams!  If you are interested in bringing your own middle school students, to compete or to observe, please feel free to do so!  Please register numbers on Forensic Tournaments also.  

Events are limited to: 

1.  Storytelling (NSDA 5 minutes + 30 second grace period.)  

  • Storytelling (with book like DOI or HOI)

2.  Storytelling (Modified 5 minutes + 30 second grace period.)

  • Storytelling (with props/costumes like hum/dram. solo)

3.   Pantomime (5 minutes+30 second grace period)

4.   PRO-CON Challenge rules as NSDA (10 minutes + 30 second grace period).  

A. Middle School students will choose one debate topic from list:

  1.  Policy Debate – 2021-2022 Topic Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially increase its protection of water resources in the United States.

  2. Lincoln-Douglas Debate – Novice Topic: Resolved: Civil disobedience in a democracy is morally justified.

B.   Students will write a 3-5 minute affirmative case and a 3-5 minute negative case on their chosen topic.  Both cases must be on the same topic.  The competitor will read both speeches.

  • Depending on entries/space available, some events may occur off the Simms campus.  Places we may branch out to are: Simms Lyons Hall, Simms Community Church, Simms Methodist Church and the Fort Shaw Elementary School, 7 miles away (last choice).  Please be prepared to bus and to chaperone students as necessary.

  • We are trying to find judges!  If you can bring any, that’d be great!  We need extra judges for the Middle School events!  We may need coaches to judge!  Thank you for your flexibility!

 

Round Times: 

Extemp Draw-8:30

Round 1-9:00

Round 2-10:30

Rd 3-12:00

Finals-2:00

Awards will be held as soon as possible in the gym. 

 

Please email or call if you have any questions:

 

Sara Davidson: sdavidson@srvs.k12.mt.us

(406) 264-5110 ext. 108

 

Cell # 860-966-7071

 




Timetable
  • Tue 11/30/21 12:00 am Mountain
    Start registration (schools can begin registering competitors and judges)
  • Mon 01/17/22 12:00 am Mountain
    Close registration (schools can not edit their registration)