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  • Title: OAAC Home
    Descriptive info: .. Oklahoma Association for Academic Competition.. About Us.. Contact Us.. Enrollment Forms.. 2013-2014 Enrollment.. TOC Q Enrollment.. TOC Enrollment.. HSTOC Enrollment.. Forms and Information.. The Book.. Scoresheet.. Excel Bracket.. Time Instructions.. Academic Bowl.. General Info.. Bowl Rules.. 4th Grade Bowl.. 5th Grade Bowl.. UEL Elem Bowl.. Mid Level Bowl.. Froshmore Bowl.. MS Science Bowl.. HS Science Bowl.. 2013 C of C.. Online Tournaments.. Online Info.. Login.. Primary Tournament.. Elementary Tournament.. Mid Level Tournament.. JVHS Tournament.. High School Tournament.. Tournament of Champions.. TOC Info.. TOC Enrollment Form.. 2011 TOC Results.. TOC Shirt Order Form.. TOC Qualifier.. TOCQ Info.. Enrollment.. HS Tournament of Champions.. New HSTOCQ Info.. HSTOC Info.. HSTOC Enrollment Form.. HSTOC Test Definitions.. HSTOC Test Schedule.. If you placed in.. HSTOC Shirt Order Form.. 2011 HSTOC Results.. College Tournaments.. Oklahoma Regional Science Bowl.. Scibo Info.. Middle School Scibo.. High School Scibo.. OACA.. OACA Info.. Officers.. Registration.. Events.. All State.. Hon Mention.. 2009-10 All State.. 2010-11 All State.. KSBI Mind Games.. Mind Games.. HS Mind Games.. KSBI Registration.. KSBIcoachesinfo.. KSBI Rules.. HS KSBI Rules.. April (We're No) Fools.. OACA.. KSBI Mind Games: HS Edition.. Calendar.. Coaches! Always call and confirm your tournament date and time.. Slam-In has pre-programmed software for all Oklahoma competition formats!.. Both the online team test, Social Studies, and the Silo Area TOCQ will be open for extended days due to so many schools being out for the past few days.. New deadline for both is December 20.. Assignments.. 4th grade Academic Bowl.. 5th grade Academic Bowl.. Upper Elementary Academic Bowl.. Mid Level Academic Bowl.. Froshmore Academic  ...   Tournaments.. January 13 - 24, 2014 - Open Online TOCQ.. January 14, 2014 - Mid Level Firebird tournaments.. January 20-25 -.. HSTOCQ.. January 25, 2014 - Mid Level Area tournaments.. February 1, 2014 - HS and MS.. February 3 - 15, 2014 - Guymon Area Online TOCQ.. February 4, 2014 - UEL Firebird tournaments.. February 11, 2014 - ML Phoenix tournaments.. February 15, 2014 - UEL Area tournaments.. February 17 - March 1 - Hugo Area Online TOCQ.. February 22, 2014 - Challenge of the Champions @ RCC.. February 24-28 -.. March 3 - 15, 2014 Last Chance Open Online TOCQ.. March 11, 2014 - UEL Phoenix tournaments.. March 29, 2014 - Froshmore Championship.. March 31-April 4 -.. April 1-8, 2014 -.. April 4 5, 2014 - MS.. April 7-11 - January 20-25 -.. May 2 3, 2014-.. 2013-14 Humanities and Fine Arts focus period.. High Renaissance.. 1450-1550.. Art ~ From the later works of Donatello and Fra Angelico through the Ninja turtle artists.. Literature ~ The Guttenberg Bible - Marco Polo's travelogue - Thomas More Niccolo Machiavelli.. Copernicus.. Music ~ lots of church music hymns.. French Chanson.. Motets and Italian Madrigal.. Dance ~ bassa danze to balletti.. Architecture ~ St.. Peter's, Capitoline Hill Look for works begun during this period as opposed to those finished.. Some construction took over 200 years.. Philosophy ~ Renaissance philosophy spans 1350-1650.. ACE Quizbowl.. camps have free monthly study guides.. Check.. it out!.. Knowledge is power.. OAAC.. Gail Bliss.. PO Drawer B, Carnegie, Oklahoma 73015.. e-mail Gail.. 580.. 654.. 1852 phone and fax..

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  • Title: OACA
    Descriptive info: Oklahoma Academic Coaches Association.. Fall Conference.. Event Schedule.. Search.. OACA Officers.. Honorable Mention.. Spreadsheet.. Past All State.. Fall Conference September 7, 2013.. Check back often for new information and competion dates.. ALWAYS.. confirm date and time with the host site.. The annual fall conference is Saturday, September 7, 2013 at Redlands Community College in El Reno.. OACA membership form and conference registration is available online.. Click Here..  ...   for academic coaches throughout the state.. The Association provides a newsletter, a fall coaches conference, and All-State competition and recognition.. High School academic team coaches are eligible for membership.. Middle school, junior high and elementary coaches are eligible for associate membership which entitles them to all the privileges of membership with the exception of nominating students for All-State recognition.. The OACA is funded through annual membership dues..

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  • Title: HS KSBI Main
    Descriptive info: Mind Games: HS Edition.. Mind Games: HS Edition is a prime time television program that debuts on KSBI TV in the fall of 2012.. The program brings together teams of students from Oklahoma high schools in a weekly battle of the brains.. The format is similar to athletic tournament brackets with teams competing over the fall and spring semester.. The winning team will be crowned Mind Game: HS Edition Champion.. Mind Games is produced at the KSBI studios and airs Sunday night at 6:30 pm.. Taping begins the first week of  ...   utilizes a toss-up/bonus format with the bonus question being from the same subject area as the toss-up question.. Competition questions come from all subject areas.. The bulk of the questions are from the areas of science, history and literature.. Fine arts and humanities are the next emphasis area followed by geography, current events and pop culture.. Each category has a full range of subcategories to assure the questions are varied and current.. Teams are made-up of three competitors and up to three alternates who may be substituted in during the games..

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  • Title: KSBI Main
    Descriptive info: The college Mind Games is a prime time television program that made it's debut on KSBI TV in the fall of 2011.. The program brings together teams of students from Oklahoma colleges and universities in a weekly battle of the brains.. The Chickasaw Nation is the title sponsor for the college Mind Games.. Mind Games is produced at the KSBI studios and airs Sunday night at 6:00 6:30 p.. m.. High School Edition.. During the the competition students will be competing for hundreds of dollars in money for their school! The format is similar to athletic tournament brackets with teams competing in the over the fall and spring semesters.. Teams will receive money equal to the points they score in each game.. Taping for the High School Edition begins  ...   athletic tournament brackets with teams from 4 year colleges and universities competing in the fall and teams from 2 year colleges competing in the spring semester.. For the college tournaments, the team winning the fall competition will compete against the team winning the spring competition for the title Grand Champion and honor of being the best Mind Games school of the year.. Teams will receive scholarship money equal to the points they score in each game.. Taping for the college edition begins August 28.. The field for each semester is limited to the first 16 teams teams who.. The toss-up/bonus format is paired with two flash rounds for speed and fun.. Teams are made-up of three competitors and up to two alternates who may be substituted in during the games..

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  • Title: OAAC Home
    Descriptive info: Oklahoma Association for Academic Competition.. Back to the OAAC Main Page.. In 2012-2013 60 teams enrolled in 4th Grade Academic Bowl.. Use the links below to see how the groups were paired.. Academic Bowl Rules.. Links to Pairings Page.. Groups One - Seven.. Groups Eight-Thirteen.. Check for planning meeting information and competion dates.. 4th Grade.. The fourth grade academic bowl competition is two separate  ...   November 1 and the second tournament, Beta, may be scheduled for the spring semester.. Some groups choose to have both the Alpha and Beta tournaments after semester break.. Participating schools for each group will make those decisions and serve as host sites.. ENTRY FEE $70 per team - fee covers both tournaments and includes 8 certificates, 8 Alpha stickers 8 Beta stickers per team..

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  • Title: OAAC Home
    Descriptive info: Return to OAAC Main Page.. In 2012-2013 76 teams participated in the 5th grade academic bowl tournaments.. If you'd like to see who they were and where you'd fit, look through the links below.. Groups One-Eight.. Groups Nine-Sixteen.. 5th Grade.. Click here to see enrolled teams.. The fifth grade academic bowl competition is two separate round robin tournaments..

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  • Title: OAAC Home
    Descriptive info: OAAC Home.. Contact Info.. 2011-2012 Enrollment.. Oklahoma Road Rally.. RR Info.. Research Links.. TOCQ Enrollment.. During the 2012-13 season, 131 teams participated in UEL competition.. Area One.. Area Two.. Area Three.. Area Four.. Area Five.. Area Six.. Area Seven.. Area Eight.. Area Nine.. Check for planning meeting information and competition dates.. This page was last updated on.. October 14, 2013 2:23 PM.. Upper Elementary Academic Bowl.. Upper Elementary Academic Bowl is for students in the 5th and 6th grade.. The team may be comprised of all 5th grade students or all 6th grade students or a combination of both.. Schools may enter multiple teams.. A separate entry fee is required for each team.. UEL Teams are assigned to area groups after the enrollment period has ended.. New for 2013-2014.. Playoff Structure and Competition Dates.. The Playoff Structure for both Upper Elementary and Mid Level has been changed for  ...   way the system will work we have developed some sample brackets and scenarios.. Here is a link to view the sample scenario.. Competition.. Dates.. :.. A change in the 2013-14 Upper Elementary and Mid Level competition season is the introduction of.. set.. competition dates.. However.. , If your group decides (unanimously) a date will not work for you, your group may change the date.. If a unanimous decision cannot be made about changing the date, it will revert to the set date.. District - November 19, 2013.. Regional - January 10, 2014.. Firebird - February 4, 2014 (new level).. Area - February 15, 2014.. Phoenix - March 11, 2014.. During the 2nd week of October, once enrollment has been completed, pairings will be posted online.. ENTRY FEE $105 per team - fee covers all tournaments and includes 8 certificates, 8 Regional stickers 8 Area or Phoenix stickers per team..

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  • Title: ML Bowl
    Descriptive info: In 2012-2013 183 teams participated in Mid Level Academic Bowl.. Division I Area One.. Division I Area Two.. Division I Area Three.. Division I Area Four.. Division II Area One.. Division II Area Two.. Division II Area Three.. Division II Area Four.. Division III Area One.. Division III Area Two.. Division III Area Three.. Division III Area Four.. August 4, 2013.. Mid Level Bowl Assignments by school Name.. Mid Level Academic Bowl is for students in the 7th and 8th grade.. The team may be comprised of all 7th grade students or all 8th grade students or a combination of both.. ML Teams  ...   22.. Firebird - Mid Level January 14 (new level).. Area - Mid Level January 25.. Phoenix - Mid Level February 11.. Mid Level Challenge of the Champions - February 22.. The Challenge of the Champions will be February 22, 2014 @.. Redlands Community College in El Reno.. Schools will be added to the participating list from received enrollment.. The list will be updated weekly.. Pairings will be posted during the first week of October, once enrollment has been completed.. ENTRY FEE $125 per team - fee covers all tournaments and includes 8 certificates, 8 Regional stickers 8 Area or Phoenix stickers per team..

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  • Title: Froshmore Pairings
    Descriptive info: Froshmore Pairings 2013-14.. Updated on November 4, 2013 7:05 AM.. Group One.. Drummond I.. Drummond II.. Morrison.. Blackwell.. Tournament.. Location.. Date.. Time.. Ch.. RU.. Mathematics @.. Social Studies @.. Science @.. Humanities @.. Group Two.. Cashion.. Jones Green.. Jones White.. McLoud.. Jones.. November 11.. 4:00.. December 7.. 10:00.. February 15.. February 24.. Group Three.. Tipton.. Navajo.. Fletcher.. Mangum.. Group Four.. Weatherford.. Elk City.. Clinton.. November 13.. 3:30.. Group Five.. Caney Valley I.. Caney Valley II.. Inola..  ...   Hilldale.. Wilburton.. Stigler.. Tahlequah.. Checotah.. 5:00.. Group Seven.. Plainview I.. Plainview II.. Springer.. Lone Grove.. Elmore City-Pernel.. Plainview.. November 18.. Group Eight.. Crossings Christian.. Ok Christian Academy I.. OCA II.. Piedmont.. Kingfisher.. Group Nine.. Noble.. Western Heights.. Duncan.. Chickasha.. November 19.. January 16.. February 10.. Group Ten.. Memorial I.. Memorial II.. Memorial III.. Santa Fe I.. Santa Fe II.. Group Eleven.. Yukon Red.. Yukon White.. Westmoore.. Mustang.. Yukon.. November 12.. December 10.. January 14.. February 11..

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  • Title: glossary
    Descriptive info: What??.. Academic Competition has an entire set of acronyms and terms that can be confusing at first.. We hope this helps!.. Academic Bowl-.. (Quiz bowl, Buzzer Bowl, Scholars Bowl) is a game of questions and answers on topics such as history, literature, and science.. It is commonly played by college or high school students, and sometimes middle and elementary school.. Participants benefit from exposure to a broad range of school and cultural subjects, memorization and study skills, and an improved ability to cooperate and work in teams.. The game is typically played with a.. lockout buzzer system.. between two teams, most commonly consisting of four players each.. A.. moderator.. reads questions to the teams, whose players endeavor to buzz in first with the correct answer, scoring points for their team.. (Wikipedia).. Active Team Member.. – A member of either academic bowl team at a buzzer during game play.. - For high school seniors.. Awarded by the Oklahoma Academic Coaches Association to out standing players.. A coach.. must.. be a member of the OACA to submit their student for the All-State selection process.. Alpha Tournament -.. 4th Grade Academic Bowl and 5th Grade Academic Bowl have two tournaments.. The first tournament is called the Alpha.. Each of the groups will select the date and location for the Alpha Tournament.. It is usually held after the first of November, but before the first of February.. - A(WN)F is an online trivia tournament open to everyone.. Adults, any and all students, teachers, administrators.. School teams and trivia teams.. Anyone who wants to play from just babbling to 120.. No limit to team size or make-up.. It's just for fun.. Specific guidelines and dates.. Area Tournament.. - Area is the championship tournament for Upper Elementary Academic Bowl.. Only the top finishing teams participate in the Area Tournament.. Area is the final selection process for the Challenge of the Champions for Mid Level schools.. Beta Tournament -.. The second tournament is called the Beta.. Each of the groups will select the date and location for the Beta Tournament.. It is usually held after the first of January, but before spring break.. Bonus Question.. – An additional question, in the same subject area, given to a team correctly responding to a toss-up question during academic bowl.. Teams may confer on a bonus question.. A Bonus Question is worth 10 points.. There is.. not.. a rebound on bonus questions.. Buzz-in.. – A buzz-in occurs when a team member presses the individual response device and activates the lock-out system.. Challenge of the Champions.. - The Challenge of the Champions is the final championship tournament for the OAAC Mid Level Academic Bowl Championship.. The top 2 teams from each area are invited to attend the C of C.. It is held on the first Saturday following Presidents Day in February.. Curriculum Tournament or Contest -.. These are written, multiple choice tests in specific subject areas sponsored for high school students by regional colleges and universities.. Students placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd at a regional event qualify to attend the High School Tournament of Champions.. Some Middle School Invitationals are also called Curriculum Tournaments.. Depth of Knowledge point (DOK).. -.. Froshmore Level ONLY.. If a student answers a toss-up question on or before a designated point in that question they receive a 5 point bonus.. The moderator will indicate the extra points by saying +5.. The DOK point and the -5 and +5 are for Froshmore competitions ONLY.. Neg 5- If a student buzzes in before the toss-up question is completed by the moderator and misses the question 5 points are deducted from the score.. The moderator will indicate the deduction by saying Neg 5.. If a student buzzes in after the question has been completed and answers incorrectly there is NO point deduction.. FROSHMORE ONLY~FROSHMORE ONLY.. District Tournament.. - District is the first tournament for Mid Level and Upper Elementary academic bowl teams.. All teams play in the district tournament.. Elementary Online Team.. - Students in 5th and 6th grade may participate on an Elementary online team.. Students younger than 5th grade may play on an elementary team.. Students in grades beyond the 6th may not.. Fifth Grade Academic Bowl.. –Fifth Grade Academic Bowl is for students in the 5th grade.. Younger students may play up on an 5th grade team.. Older students may NOT play down.. Students are allowed to play on multiple level teams.. e.. g.. A 5th grade student may play on a 5th grade team, a UEL team and a ML team.. Fine Arts Tournament -.. The Fine Arts tournament covers all fine arts topics.. There is a Fine Arts competition for both high school and middle school.. Firebird Tournament.. - The Firebird is a new tournament for both Mid Level and Upper Elementary.. It is held between regional and area for teams placing 4th - 6th at District then in the top 2 at their Regional tournament.. The top team from the Firebird tournament advances to Area.. Fourth Grade Academic Bowl.. –Fourth Grade Academic Bowl is for students in the 4th grade.. Younger students may play up on an 4th grade team.. A 4th grade student may play on a 4th grade team, a UEL team and a ML team.. Froshmore Academic Bowl.. –Froshmore Academic Bowl is for students in the 9th and 10th grade.. Younger students may play up on a Froshmore team.. Froshmore Academic Bowl is a series of four tournaments and a championship for students in 9th and/or 10th grade.. Once  ...   Oklahoma.. Schools may attend as many Other TOCQ's as they wish.. Pairings -.. A pairing is a list of the academic bowl teams your team will play.. Once the enrollment window has closed the pairings will be listed on the OAAC web site.. Links will be on the main OAAC page.. All enrolled schools will also receive an e-mail and PDF file containing contact information for the schools in your group.. Phoenix Tournament.. - A consolation tournament for teams not advancing to either the Firebird or Area tournaments.. The Phoenix tournament gives your students a chance to prepare for next year.. Playoff Series.. - For Upper Elementary and Mid Level Academic Bowl.. The goal is to identify the top teams from each group.. Teams are assigned to one of 4 Districts: District A, District B, District C and District D.. All teams play in District.. The top 3 teams from District A and District B advance to Region One.. The 4th - 6th place teams from District A and District B advance to Region Two.. The top 3 teams from District C and District D advance to Region Three.. The 4th - 6th place teams from District C and District D advance to Region Four.. The top three teams from Region One and Region Three advance to Area.. The 4th place team from Region One and Region Three and the top two teams from Region Two and Region Four advance to the Firebird Tournament.. The remaining teams from Region will have the opportunity to play in the Phoenix Tournament.. To see an example with graphics and brackets click here.. Primary.. - A Primary Online team may consist of students in 3rd and 4th grade.. Students younger than 3rd grade may play on a primary team.. Students in grades beyond 4th may not.. Protest.. – In Academic Bowl -.. Over Question Content -.. A protest over question content must be lodged by the team coach.. at the end of a quarter.. Once the new quarter begins, protests over questions in the previous quarter(s) are inadmissible.. Over Procedure -.. If there is a procedural error, the coach may protest at any time by standing.. The procedure protest will be addressed immediately.. Regional Tournament.. - For Upper Elementary and Mid Level academic bowl.. All schools play in a regional tournament.. Points from a teams district performance against the schools also advancing to your assigned region travel with the team.. (see Playoff Structure).. Round Robin -.. All of the OAAC tournaments use the Round Robin format.. All teams attending a tournament will play each of the other teams attending the tournament.. If there are 6 teams assigned to a group, each team will play 5 games.. Scholastic Tournaments or Contests.. - These are written, multiple choice tests in specific subject areas sponsored for high school students by regional colleges and universities.. Some Middle School Invitationals are also called Scholastic Tournaments.. Team.. – An academic bowl team consists of four active members and substitutes.. For awards purposes, 8 members will constitute a team.. A team may have more than 8 members but will have to purchase additional awards for all members over 8.. If necessary, a team may play with fewer than 4 members.. Team Captain.. – The designated team member who will give the answer to a bonus question.. A team captain may defer to another team member by saying defer or otherwise indicating the answer will be given by someone other than the captain.. Team Member.. – A member of an academic team must be a student within the grade parameters enrolled at the school district for which they are competing.. A younger student may play up to the next level.. An older student may NOT play down.. TOC.. - The Tournament of Champions acronym.. TOC Scholar.. - The TOC Scholar Cup is an award given to the top individual in the TOC Scholar competition.. To be eligible to test as a TOC Scholar a student must qualify for the TOC in 4 different subject areas.. The student then takes all 6 tests.. The student named 6th, 7th or 8th grade TOC Scholar will be the student with the highest point total from all six TOC tests.. TOCQ.. - Tournament of Champions Qualifying event.. There are two types of qualifying events.. OAAC TOCQ is an online event sponsored by the OAAC.. Other TOCQ are events hosted by individual school districts.. Toss-up Question.. – A toss-up question is a free response question in academic bowl.. Any active team member from either team may buzz-in and respond to the question.. Each team will be allowed only one attempt at a toss-up question.. Team members may not confer on a toss-up question.. Toss-up questions are built in pyramid format with decreasing difficulty as the question progresses.. A toss-up question is worth 10 points.. If the question is missed by the first team to buzz in, the opposing team may rebound the question.. - The Tournament of Champions is the state written test championship for students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade.. Students must qualify to attend the Tournament of Champions by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd in mathematics, science, social studies, humanities and fine arts, current events or language arts at a qualifying event.. – Students in 5th and 6th grade may play on an Upper Elementary Academic Bowl (UEL) team.. Younger students may play up on an UEL team.. Question Unit.. -- A question unit consists of a toss-up question and the related bonus question..

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  • Title: enrollment
    Descriptive info: 2013-14 OAAC Enrollment Form.. Between September 18 and September 30 our online form (below) was not working.. If you submitted an online form after 1:10 pm on September 18, please resubmit your information.. Thank you.. Tech Support identified the problem and has fixed it.. This form is now working.. Once you have submitted the online form, you should recieve an email confirmation from gnbliss@carnegienet.. net within 24 hours.. If you do NOT receive an email confirmation please.. notify.. us as soon as possible.. Use the tab key to move between fields.. 1.. ) Select the programs in which you wish to participate.. 2.. ) Fill in the entry and coaches contact information.. Submit.. Registration by.. September 27, 2013.. Teams may be submitted after September 27.. The assignment of late teams are subject to available space.. If the districts have been assigned and published, the teams registering late may have to travel further to compete.. Submit.. all other.. registration by.. November 1, 2013.. If you would rather have a hard copy to print and fill in by hand.. click here.. OAAC, Inc.. PO Drawer B.. Carnegie, Oklahoma 73015-0630.. FAX -580-654-1852.. Phone - 580-654-1852.. gnbliss@carnegienet.. net.. EIN and W-9 available upon  ...   Series = 3 tournaments - District Regional then either Area or the Phoenix.. Mid Level Series.. = 3 tournaments and a championsihp - District Regional then either Area or the Phoenix.. the top two Area teams advance to the Challenge of the Champions.. Froshmore.. = 4 tournaments and a championship.. 0.. 3.. 4.. 4th Grade Academic Bowl Team(s) @$70.. 5th Grade Academic Bowl Team(s) @$70.. Upper Elementary (5th 6th Grade) Series Academic Bowl Team(s) @ $105.. Mid Level (7th 8th Grade) Series Academic Bowl Team(s) @ $125.. Froshmore (9th 10th Grade) Series @ $135.. Primary (3 4 Grade) team(s) @ $80.. Elementary (5 6 Grade) team(s) @$90.. Mid Level (7 8 Grade) team(s) @ $110.. HS ( 9 - 12 Grade) team(s) @ $130.. Trivia team(s) @ $30.. Team Name(s).. Coach 1.. Name.. School Site.. Mailing Address.. Physical Address (UPS).. Telephone.. Include area code and extension (if any).. Fax.. e-mail.. verify e-mail.. The values don't match.. For which teams will you be responsible?.. Home.. or Cell.. phone number.. May I have your permission to share your information with other coaches?.. Coach 2.. Include area code and extension (if any.. Coach 3.. For which teams will you be responsible?.. Coach 4..

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