Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, Pender
Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover, Pender
Thank you all for a great tournament today! Here are the full results. Results are not final until Wednesday at 5pm. If you believe there may be an issue with the results, the head coach only should contact Dennis Kubasko (firstname.lastname@example.org) and he will look into it. As a reminder, we do not release tests and we do not mail medals unless the mistake was ours. First Place Overall Winners (FPOWs) will be contacted after results are final on Wednesday regarding their eligibility for the State Tournament. You can read more about our FPOW policy here. Please note, ties in overall team standings are broken by most gold medals, then silver, etc.
B Division Varsity and JV combined results (FPOWs come from this)
B Division Varsity and JV separate results (medals and trophies were awarded from this)
C Division Varsity and JV combined results (FPOWs come from this)
C Division Varsity and JV separate results (medals and trophies were awarded from this)
One mistake was caught after the awards and has already been corrected. In Crave the Wave B, RBA Charter Day had their Varsity and JV score switched. Correcting this caused the following changes to Crave the Wave B:
RBA Charter Day Varsity came in first in varsity. MCS Noble JV1 and St. Mary JV1 both moved up one place in JV to 3rd and 4th places, and Shallotte JV2 came in 5th. Medals will be mailed to all of these teams.
Update - Registration and Wristbands
I know that many of you want to get your student wristbands on Friday evening. Kelly Fair, our State Middle/High Director, informed me later last evening that she will not arrive on campus until 5:00 PM on Friday afternoon. So, if you want to get your wristbands, I would arrive for registration around 5:30 to be safe.
Coaches Meeting - Thank you!
I wanted to thank everyone who was able to attend the coaches meeting this evening. I appreciate your collaboration and your professionalism, and I couldn’t work with a better regional team of coaches. You all rock!
I wasn’t taking notes while I was talking, but I wanted to summarize a few things. Remember that all the handouts and information is always available on the regional home page found here: http://www.sciencenc.com/tournament-information/wilmington/wilmington.php. Please let me know if I am missing anything.
With the amazing support of Katie Martin and Barbara Ussary, S.O. registration will be open on Friday late afternoon from 4:30 – 6:30 and again on Saturday morning at 7:30 in the College of Education Atrium. We intend to provide coaches with wristbands on Friday night to prevent the long Saturday lines in the morning.
Home bases have been posted on the regional webpage. I made every effort to accommodate as many schools as I possibly could as comfortably as I could. It’s hard with such limited space. Please ask your parents, chaperones and teachers to keep all food and drink on the first floor of the College of Education.
Be aware that we are using Trask Coliseum for the first time this year, and we will NOT have any events in Hanover Gym this year. Remember…there will be a triathlon in the morning. They should be done by early afternoon.
There will be a food truck from PT’s Grille on hand. They will park in the loop in front of the College of Education for lunch. Remember…there will be a line.
All arbitration and event leader information will be in Education Building, room 223. I hope to be there as often as I can depending on the emergency of the minute. LOL.
The parking deck across the street will be open and parents and visitors should park there. We will have signs there. Buses should park in lot K and lot K extension. Both are next to Trask Coliseum.
All for now!
March 03, 2015
Message updated on March 04, 2015
Home Base Information
Find the homebase information for all middle and high schools in the college of education linked here. Please let me know if there are any missing folks. I hope not!
Also, here is the updated map of the buildings for Saturday's events.
Dennis and Katie
Reminder: Science Olympiad Coaches Meeting This Afternoon
The Science Olympiad coaches meeting is this afternoon, March 3rd at 4:45 - 5:45. We will meet at The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Building on 803 South College Road directly south of UNCW’s campus. Directions are in the thread below.
Events with Room Schedules
I'm always a bit hesitant to post Olympiad schedules with assigned rooms because (believe it or not) things can change between now and Saturday, March 7th. But, here ya go!
There are some changes from years prior. For instance, all engineering events will be in Trask Coliseum this year. There will be NO events in Hanover Gym. We will host events in Bear, DeLoach, Dobo Halls and the Teaching Laboratory. Anatomy events will be hosted by the Exercise and Science Student Organization in Trask Coliseum. The Duct Tape Challenge events will be hosted in Trask Coliseum on the second floor concourse. We will have signs ready to direct them.
University Map here: http://uncw.edu/ba/campus_map/
If there are any future room changes, I will update the information.
Coaches Meeting - Rescheduled!
I hope everyone is enjoying their day off today! The Science Olympiad coaches meeting has been rescheduled for next Tuesday afternoon, March 3rd at 4:45 - 5:45. Let's assume that we will again meet at The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Building on 803 South College Road directly south of UNCW’s campus. I'll wait for confirmation from our reservations folks to be sure we have the large room, and I will post any updates here.
Hello Science Olympiad Coaches,
Katie Martin and I are looking forward to hosting the 2015 Wilmington Regional Science Olympiad at UNCW on Saturday, March 7th. While there are always obstacles preparing for a successful Olympiad, we can't convey enough our appreciation for our coaches' efforts every year. We know your students are working very hard to get ready for this special academic competition.
I am proposing to hold the coaches meeting next Tuesday afternoon, February 24th at 4:45 PM – 5:45. I understand that this day and time will not work for everyone. I’m willing to plan and hold a second meeting as necessary. The meeting will be held at UNCW’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. All competing schools are asked to have a representative. The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship building is on 803 South College Road directly south of UNCW’s campus. It is past the fast food chain, Cook Out, but before K-Mart. Parking will be a lot easier at the center than on campus. Look for their sign on College Road.
- UNCW Maps and Directions can be found here: http://www.uncw.edu/map/
- Google Maps: 803 South College Road, Wilmington, NC
Katie and I are working to get event leaders and helpers lined up for all events at the regional Olympiad. There are 46 total (B and C) events! Do you know someone who has a career in science? Ask them to participate! We have found that coaches’ family and friends, some parents, and school teachers (who have always been at these competitions anyway) enjoy the chance to see the events "in action."
If you have people interested in supporting the running of an event, please send them to the web site: (https://www.sciencenc.com/volunteer-registration.php) and have each complete the simple volunteer process. We could always use the help!
Please remember: you can contact me with any questions/concerns about events, logistics, etc at email@example.com. I would prefer a text or an email, but if there is something that requires a conversation, don’t hesitate to call/text me on my cell: (910) 409-7436.
Again, we appreciate all your hard work as we prepare for another season, and we look forward to seeing as many people as possible at 4:45 PM this coming Tuesday, February 24th.
Hanover Gym to Trask Coliseum!
Divisions B and C Coaches,
I have some exciting news. As many of you are already aware, the Wilmington Regional Science Olympiad has outgrown UNCW’s Hanover Gymnasium on campus. We have become a ‘large regional tournament’ by state Olympiad standards. While being a large tournament is a good thing, it does present some manageability issues for us. So…after some contemplation and university wide meetings and a lengthy approval process, CESTEM have been granted use of UNCW’s Trask Coliseum! WooHoo!
We are officially moving all of our ‘engineering events’ and the ‘awards ceremony’ to that building. For those that are not aware of its appearance and location, feel free to see this link: http://www.uncwsports.com/sports/2014/7/9/GEN_0709145525.aspx
Thanks for your patience with the schedule. Our building (room) reservations were dependent on the gymnasium. So having Trask Coliseum now reserved, I am re-slotting academic buildings with rooms. I hope to have all university rooms posted to this site in less than two weeks.
The order of events will NOT change from the state recommendations.
January 20, 2015
Message updated on January 27, 2015
Regional Tournament Forms
Hi Wilmington Regional Olympiad Coaches,
I am attaching the 3 forms you will need to fill out and bring with you to registration on tournament day.
- 1. Roster: This form must be signed by the coach and a principal or administrator at the school. Please be sure to fill in grade levels.
- 2. Behavior and Vandalism Form: This form must be read and signed by the coach, a principal or administrator, and every participating student.
- 3. Photo Consent: This form must be signed by a parent/guardian for each student.
Dennis Kubasko and Katie Martin
Free Opportunity for B/C Students: UNCW GIS Day November 20th
Division B and C Coaches,
The UNCW Department of Geography and Geology is partnering with CESTEM and Science Olympiad to celebrate International Geographic Information Sciences (GIS) Day on Thursday, Nov. 20 with several activities to promote geospatial research, including: programs for grade-school students, a career panel for UNCW students, and a research symposium. The Education GIS (Middle and High School events) activity of this great day will be from 3-5 pm.
Science Olympiad coaches are strongly encouraged to register your competing students in this event, or even register your team. The events are free and open to the campus and community, but registration (PDF) is required. There are only 20 spots available!
Register here: http://uncw.edu/gis/currentevents.htm
Middle School students will use GIS to prepare for the Road Scholar Science Olympiad event and High School students will get outside to collect field data and then use GIS to make maps of the UNCW campus.
“We will be hosting a full day of activities dedicated to geospatial technologies for community members, middle school and high school students and alumni, as well as faculty and students from a multitude of departments on campus who conduct geospatial research," said assistant professor Eman Ghoneim, director of the Remote Sensing Research Laboratory. “This event fits into UNCW’s commitment to teaching, research and service.”
Coaches, register your kids today! This is a great (and free) opportunity!
Science Olympiad Fall Regional Coaches Workshop
Reminder – The 2nd Annual Wilmington Regional Coaches clinic for middle and high school events will be Saturday, November 15th from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM in the Watson College of Education (Room 223) on UNC Wilmington’s Campus. We invite all Divisions B/C coaches, parents, and high school support folks from Southeastern North Carolina to attend this clinic. Spaces are limited and filling fast! Participants will engage in a variety of different Olympiad events as well as have an opportunity to discuss regional event particulars with state and regional directors. Participants will leave with materials to support their local Olympiad teams.
Thanks to some amazing coordination efforts on CESTEM’s part, we are so very lucky to have reserved Ms. Kelly Fair, our Middle & High School State Science Olympiad Director! Kelly is traveling from Raleigh to Wilmington and going to lead many of the events with support from event writers. See the attached flyer for details.
We need any interested coaches to RSVP online (http://www.uncw.edu/cestem/pd.html) or call 962-3168 as soon as you are able to confirm that you can attend! This is not a mandatory attendance event. It is an opportunity to get further event information and resources about specific Olympiad. The fees for the workshop are $75 per person. The workshop is open to coaches, teachers, parents and administrators.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Room 223, UNCW Watson College of Education
8:00 -8:30 Registration and Coffee
8:30 –9:00 Olympiad Overview, Intro & Welcome
9:00 –10:30 Air Trajectory
10:30 –12:00 Bridges
12:00 –1:00 Lunch
1:00 –2:30 Science Crime Busters/Forensics; Anatomy/Physiology; Duct Tape Challenge; Entomology; Fossils
2:30 –3:50 Wright Stuff/Gliders
3:50 –4:00 Summary
Wilmington Regional Science Olympiad Tournament Date
Dear Wilmington Regional B/C Olympiad Coaches,
I hope everyone is having a great Fall Semester! I know the state Science Olympiad office is earnestly preparing for the each 2015 Regional Science Olympiad, and we are looking ahead to our Wilmington regional tournament.
The Wilmington Regional tournament date is tentatively planned for Saturday, March 7th, 2015 (the first Saturday in March). Please understand that our region’s schedule is predicated on UNCW’s academic and athletic schedules as well as Hanover Gym’s availability. If there are any changes to the day (there shouldn’t be), you all will be the first to know!
I attended the Regional Directors Meeting over the summer (Tuesday, July 29th) at NC State’s Science House. We had many discussions about events, schedules, funding and participation. I can share more information as needed. The North Carolina B/C (middle, high school) events have been posted, so it's not too early to start preparing! The Wilmington Region will make every possible effort to exactly mimic the state schedule, and I don’t see any reason why this year would be any different. The B/C event list for 2015 is posted here: http://www.sciencenc.com/events.php.
Looking forward to working with everyone this year!