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UMASS 95, OHIO 671
Sam Breen closed her standout career with 27 points and nine rebounds for UMass, which used a big scoring run in the first quarter to grab control on the way to beating Ohio in this consolation final at the 2021 Postseason WNIT.
Sydney Taylor added 25 points for the Minutewomen (16-8), and Angelique Ngalakulondi came through with 15 points and nine rebounds as the team shot 49 percent from the field and forced 18 turnovers. UMass jumped ahead with a 15-3 scoring run in the first quarter, which included three straight 3-pointers in a 1:08 span late in the frame.
Cece Hooks, the Bobcats’ honorable mention All-American, was slowed by three fouls in first half but closed with 18 points. Erica Johnson’s 17 shots were all 3-pointers, and she also had 18 points.
UMass finished with the rebounding lead at 42-33 and also went 14-for-16 from the free-throw line.
FORT WORTH REGIONAL
HOUSTON 50, ARIZONA STATE 48
Houston held Arizona State to just two points over the final 6:52 of the fourth quarter, allowing the Cougars to rally and win this consolation championship game.
The Sun Devils took a 46-39 lead on a layup from Eboni Walker, but Houston (17-8) stormed back with baskets from Bria Patterson and Miya Crump — the latter shot was a 3-pointer that put the Cougars up, 48-46.
ASU (12-12) countered with a basket from Jaddan Simmons, tying the game 48-all at 1:35. Laila Blair’s layup closed the scoring at 1:02; the Sun Devils missed a shot with 36 seconds to go, and then one more at the buzzer.
Blair finished with 12 points, Britney Onyeje had 11 points, Miya Crump scored 10 points, and Tatyana Hill reeled in 10 rebounds for Houston, which had 20 turnovers and shot just 35 percent.
Arizona State held Houston to six points in the third quarter, then scored just six itself in the final frame. Katelyn Levings and Walker each had 10 points and Taya Hanson scored nine points. ASU was 1-for-10 in 3-pointers and had 23 turnovers.
UT MARTIN 64, ILLINOIS STATE 59
Chelsey Perry scored five straight points for UT Martin in the critical stretch of the fourth quarter as the Skyhawks slipped past Illinois State to win this consolation championship contest.
UT Martin (22-6) scored the first seven points of the fourth quarter, but Juliunn Redmond hit two free throws for Illinois State (16-9) to make it 55-55 at the 4:11 mark. Teammate Paige Saylor hit a layup to push the Redbirds up 57-55 at 3:42, which ended a 9-0 scoring run.
Chelsey Perry then hit two layups and added a free throw, and UT Martin went up 60-57 with 1:25 remaining. Seygan Robins added two free throws, and it was 62-57 with :33 to go.
Terrion Moore’s jumper pulled Illinois State to 62-59, but Kyannah Grant added two free throws for the Skyhawks to end the scoring.
Maddie Waldrop had 24 points and eight rebounds for the Skyhawks, and Perry added 18 points. UT Martin had a 16-8 lead in made free throws. Illinois State was paced by DeAnna Wilson’s 12 points, while Redmond and Mary Crompton each had 11 points.
DRAKE 78, BOWLING GREEN 68
Grace Berg scored 17 points and added 12 rebounds for Drake, which had a 43-33 lead in rebounds and blocked nine shots on the way to winning this consolation championship.
Maggie Bair had 16 points and eight rebounds for Drake (18-12), and Maddie Monahan closed with 10 points and six assists.
For Bowling Green (21-8), Madisen Parker had 14 points, Elissa Brett added 12 points and Nyla Hampton scored 11 points. The Falcons had 16 turnovers.
Hall of Fame National Invitational 2021 | Basketbull
The Hall of Fame National Invitational is in it’s 12th year and is consistently thought of as one of the top exposure events of the summer.
This year games will be played in the Springfield, Massachusetts area with sites to be announced in the coming months.
Mass Mutual Center – 1 spectator per player allowed.
Springfield College – No spectators allowed – private college campus rules.
Westfield State – No spectators allowed – state college campus rules
South End Community Center – 1 spectator per player
In following the Massachusetts Covid19 guidelines, all teams will be guaranteed 3 games in either a 2 Saturday and 1 Sunday format or 1 Saturday and 2 Sunday, depending on scheduling requests.
Teams of A, B, levels can register in the following divisions:
Boys and Girls: 7th – 12th grade.
HOTELS – by sites
South End Community Center
Westfield State University
Any schedule requests should be made in writing and sent to [email protected]
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If choosing a division option within in age group, please know that the Naismith Division is for B/C level teams and the Hall of Fame Division is for A/Elite level teams.
11th/Open Boys Hall of Fame
10th Grade Boys Hall of Fame
9th Grade Boys Hall of Fame
14u/8th Grade Boys Hall of Fame
14u/8th Grade Boys Naismith
13u/7th Grade Boys Hall of Fame
13u/7th Grade Boys Naismith
Western New England University
1215 Wilbraham Road
Springfield, MA 01119
South End Comm.Center
99 Marble Street
Springfield, MA 01103
Elias Brookings Magnet School
433 Walnut Street
Springfield, MA 01105
52 Rosewell Street
Springfield, MA 01109
Forest Park School
46 Oakland St.
Springfield, MA 01105
55 Catherine Street
Springfield, MA 01109
Basketball Hall of Fame
1000 West Columbus Ave
Springfield, MA 01105
2021 MAX Field Hockey High School National Invitational**THE MAX FIELD HOCKEY HIGH SCHOOL
NATIONAL INVITATIONAL IS NFHS SANCTIONED**
DATES: September 24-26, 2021
GAME TIMES: TBD (Friday afternoon/evening, All day Saturday, All day Sunday ending late afternoon)
SCHEDULING: Teams’ travel plans, individual state association’s rules, coach’s preferences, MAX Field Hockey’s rankings and expectations for 2020 are among the many criteria considered when putting together match-ups. Once the field of teams is finalized, we will send out a scheduling request form to all coaches where you can rank and say yes/no/maybe to which teams you are interested in playing and also let us know when you can and when you prefer to play.
LOCATION: The Proving Grounds (725 Conshohocken Rd, Conshohocken, PA 19428)
FIELDS: 5 identical turf fields striped for field hockey with lights and bleachers (All 5 turf fields are identical surfaces and the turf fiber height (1/4 inch shorter than standard fields) and consistency were specifically chosen to provide superior play for field hockey), plus 1 water-based Division 1 field hockey field (FIH Global Certified)–limited availability as it is currently the temporary home of USA Field Hockey’s National Teams–.
FORMAT: All games are official regulation NFHS games (2×30 minute halves with 10 minute halftime). Teams may select to play either 2 or 3 games. Games are scheduled in 2 hour blocks to allow for proper warm-up time and potential overtime.
COST: 2 games = $600, 3 games = $800 ($200 non-refundable deposit is due upon your acceptance to secure your spot. Balance due June 1, 2021. Please make checks Payable to: “MAXFH-PG Events” and mail to: 600 Old Elm Street Suite 100, Conshohocken, PA 19428)
WEATHER POLICY: In the event of inclement weather and full days missed, there may be a portion of your fee refunded or credited towards the following years. We will NOT refund or credit for portion of games being missed. The event reserves the right to alter all schedules in order to keep participants safe and/or to keep on time.
EXTRAS: We will provide A level officials, athletic trainers, water and ice. New in 2021: We are requiring the team designated as the “Home Team” to provide an official scorer for the score table for that game. If you are unable to provide one, you can pay a fee of $15 and we will assign someone.
TEAM/GAME LIMIT: While we expect our number of teams and games to grow from 2019, we plan to keep the level in 2021 elite and the best of the best. We can accommodate roughly 60-70 games throughout the weekend. The total number of teams accepted will depend on how many games each team requests to play and when teams can play.
INVITED TEAMS: All teams who were registered for the 2020 National Invitational are automatically invited to the 2021 Invitational. We are encouraging additional interested teams to submit an application and we will evaluate those as they come in. We will look at overall program strength, 2020 performance (if you had a season), and expected team strength in 2021.
ACCEPTANCE TIMELINE: We will communicate with teams individually upon receiving their application or registration. While there is no exact deadline for teams to register/apply by or to be accepted by, spots are limited and will be filled somewhat on a first-come, first-served basis. So while you may be granted an invitation by finishing in the Final 2020 rankings, as time moves on, we will begin to fill available spots and you may not be guaranteed a spot if you try to register later on. We will try our best to accommodate teams’ interest and let teams know as soon as we can if they are accepted or not, so they can plan accordingly.
QUESTIONS: Email [email protected]
STAY TO PLAY: This is a STAY TO PLAY tournament. All non-commuting teams participating in the tournament MUST (as a condition of acceptance) make all hotel accommodations using our tournament housing services. Please do not call the hotels directly. Please book through the hotel reservation link we will be providing soon. We appreciate your support as these partnered hotels assist in sponsoring our event. MAX Field Hockey is proud to partner with HBC Event Services, a housing agency with a nationwide reputation for excellence in managing travel for sports events. HBC Event Services provides an easy way for you to book your hotel rooms with our partnered hotels at the best rates. These rates are lower than their best available rate and usually includes breakfast for your team. A Travel Protection Plan is now available for purchase for all new reservations booked through this website. Most importantly this plan has a “Cancel for Any Reason” benefit that will protect 75% of your non-refundable hotel booking and event registration costs for only $21.05 (based on a 2-night stay). Book your hotel reservation and select YES to add the Travel Protection Plan and protect your trip. Alternatively, you can call HBC directly at 505-346-0522 (Travel Protection Plan can only be added to your booking within 20 days of your hotel reservation date). To see the full terms and conditions of the Travel Protection Plan, please click here.
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We appreciate your support as these partnered hotels assist in sponsoring our event.
Please call HBC Event Services at (505) 346-0522 and/or [email protected] if you have any questions and/or have any special hotel requests.
Invitationals | Science Olympiad
Science Olympiad Invitational Tournaments allow Science Olympiad teams to participate in tournaments that do not impact regional or state advancement or rankings, but are often used as tryouts for team members and as preparation for teams that compete in regional, state or national tournaments. Across the country, many campuses and schools host these events to give teams a chance to perfect their devices and get a feel for the difficulty level of tests and labs.
Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament Requirements
While participation in Science Olympiad Invitational Tournaments is optional and in most cases requires a separate event fee collected by each Invitational Director, all school teams participating in a Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament must first be a registered member of the state and national Science Olympiad program, and each Invitational Director MUST sign and return a Tournament Directors form each year in order to hold an officially sanctioned Science Olympiad event. Request the password for this online form from your State Director, as they must approve your tournament. Once your form is received, your event will be posted/updated below. Only Science Olympiad tournaments where member teams compete in-person at a single location are eligible for Science Olympiad’s primary insurance coverage.
Please see the Science Olympiad Copyright Statement outlining use of Science Olympiad Rules and procedures at sanctioned tournaments.
Food Safety Notice: Science Olympiad Workshop and Invitational, Regional, State and National Tournament Directors are only permitted to work with licensed food vendors when providing food for consumption during the event. This is for everyone’s safety. Students, volunteers and teams may bring their own food for personal consumption.
Make your event official! Order Science Olympiad Invitational Medals and Trophies six weeks before your event to make sure they arrive on time!
We have listed several invitational tournaments below for your convenience, but please check your State Science Olympiad Website for the most up-to-date info. Questions about your invitational’s listing? Email [email protected].
2021-2022 Invitational Tournament Sites
Austin, TX – University of Texas at Austin Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 10/30/21
Tallahassee, FL – James S. Rickards High School Invitational, Division B, Mini SO, 11/6/21
Tallahassee, FL – James S. Rickards High School Invitational, Division C, Mini SO, 11/7/21
Houston, TX – Cypress Falls High School Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 11/13/21
Marietta, GA – Dodgen-Walton Invitational, Division B, Satellite, 11/13/21
Athens, GA – University of Georgia Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 11/13/21
Philadelphia, PA – Philadelphia Urban Build It Day, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 11/13/21
Olathe, KS – Olathe North High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 11/13/21
Saline, MI – Saline High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 11/20/21
Edmond, OK – OKSciOly November Invitational, Division B/C, Mini SO, 11/20/21
Boyceville, WI – Boyceville Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Boyceville, WI – Boyceville Satellite Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 12/4/21
Sylvania, OH – Northview High School Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Johns Creek, GA – Chattahoochee High School Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Fullerton, CA – Troy High School Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Whiting, IN – Whiting High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Bardstown, KY – Bardstown High School Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 12/4/21
Pasadena, CA – Polytechnic School Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 12/8/21
Indianapolis, IN – Raymond Park Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 12/11/21
Womelsdorf, PA – Dick Smith Memorial Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 12/11/21
Katy, TX – Seven Lakes High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 12/11/21
Buffalo, NY – Lake Erie-Niagara Invitational Tournament, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 12/11/21
Temecula, CA – Great Oak High School Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 12/11/21
Los Angeles, CA – BirdSO Invitational, Division B/C, Mini, 12/11/21-12/18/21
Westlake, OH – Westlake Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/8/22
Snellville, GA – Brookwood High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/8/22
Berwyn, PA – Battle at Valley Forge Science Olympiad Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/8/22
Uniondale, NY – Long Island Science Olympiad Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 1/8/22
Liverpool, NY – Chestnut Hill Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 1/8/22
Pasadena, CA – Science Olympiad National Invitational Tournament, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/8/22
Solon, OH – Solon High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/15/22
Davis, CA – UC Davis Aggie Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 1/15/22
Las Vegas, NV – Science Olympiad Las Vegas Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/15/22
Las Vegas, NV – Science Olympiad Las Vegas Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 1/15/22
Pittsburgh, PA – Carnegie Mellon University Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/15/22
Solon, OH – Solon Middle School Invitational, Division B, Satellite, 1/15/22
Durham, NC – Duke University Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 1/15/22
Columbus, OH – The Ohio State University Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 1/22/22
Ruston, LA – Louisiana Tech University Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
Athens, PA – Two Rivers Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
Cambridge, MA – MIT Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
Sterling Heights, MI – Eastside Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
South Bend, IN – University of Notre Dame Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
Edmond, OK – OKSciOly January Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/22/22
Cupertino, CA – STEMBoost Invitational, Division B, Satellite, 1/22/22
Bloomfield Hills, MI – Cobra Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 1/22/22
Haslett, MI – Haslett Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/29/22
Centerville, OH – Centerville Satellite Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/29/22
Covington Township, PA – North Pocono Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 1/29/22
Livermore, CA – Christensen Middle School Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 1/29/22
Rome, GA – Shorter University Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 1/29/22
Ithaca, NY – Science Olympiad at Cornell Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/29/22
San Francisco, CA – NorCal State Science Olympiad Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 1/29/22February
Victorville, CA – High Desert Science Olympiad Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 2/5/22
Canton, MI – Salem High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/5/22
University Park, PA – Science Olympiad at Penn State Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/5/22
Allentown, PA – Springhouse Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 2/5/22
Princeton, NJ – Princeton University Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/5/22
Irvine, CA – Sierra Vista Science Olympiad Invitational, Division A/B, Traditional In-Person, 2/5/22
Mentor, OH – Mentor High School Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Cupertino, CA – Kennedy Middle School Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Milwaukee, WI – Marquette University High School Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Milwaukee, WI – Marquette University High School Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 2/12/22
Mechanicsburg, PA – Eagle Invitational, Division B, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Providence, RI – Brown University Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 2/12/22
San Marino, CA – San Marino High School Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Berkeley, CA – Golden Gate Science Olympiad Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/12/22
Los Angeles, CA – BirdSO Invitational, Division B/C, Satellite, 2/12/22-2/19/22
Cincinnati, OH – University of Cincinnati Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 2/19/22
Ann Arbor, MI – University of Michigan Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 2/19/22
Evanston, IL – Northwestern University Invitational, Division C, Satellite, 2/26/22
Philadelphia, PA – University of Pennsylvania Invitational, Division C, Traditional In-Person, 2/26/22
Allendale, MI – Allendale Invitational, Division B/C, Traditional In-Person, 2/26/22
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation
To Our ProStart Community:
2020 has been a challenging year for the ProStart Program nationwide. With the impact of the pandemic projected to continue this year and into 2021, we are continuing to seek the best ways to support our ProStart students, teachers, key stakeholders, and SRAs. After careful reflection, the NRAEF has determined the best course of action is to cancel next spring’s NPSI, and to use funds otherwise spent on NPSI to support ProStart programmatically via additional ProStart Program funds in each state.
In a year when many schools are struggling to implement ProStart and many state restaurant associations are seeing reduced funds from supporters, we do not feel conducting NPSI is advisable or that we could execute a national competition safely and equitably. As you know, many schools are virtual for the foreseeable future which makes fielding teams difficult; many have prohibited any form of travel for the year; and a number are struggling to maintain their commitment to offer ProStart at all due to budget cuts. We believe the best use of our funds is to redirect them to support this incredible program and all its Students and Educators, and to help see them through a challenging year. We recognize that this decision will disappoint some of our Students, Educators and Coordinators. We understand and are just as disappointed we will not be able to see the teams shine on the national competition floor this year.
We will outline for our State Restaurant Association partners the acceptable uses of the additional funds as well as the exact amount each state will receive. We are also exploring alternative ways to support our ProStart Students and Educators during these challenging times, whether that’s via scholarships, special training opportunities, virtual events and/or ongoing support as needed. Should you have questions about the process or funds, please reach out to us at [email protected]. We know these are difficult times for everyone, but we are confident we will see this school year through and come back stronger than ever, celebrating together at the National ProStart Invitational in 2022.
Thank you for your dedication and continued support in empowering the next generation of restaurant leaders.
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation
Pre-National Invitational prepares Arkansas for postseason
No. 11 Arkansas will be one of 10 nationally ranked teams among a field of 34 schools in a 6,000m race at the Pre-National Invitational hosted by Florida State at 7:35 a.m. (CT) on Friday morning on the Apalachee Regional Park course.
“We’re excited about the opportunity to go and have a national meet this year in a warm weather environment,” said Razorback women’s head coach Lance Harter. “The athletes and officials are going to be super excited about the opportunity to avoid snow, sleet, cold or rain.
“It’ll be a great opportunity for our team to preview a great course and we’re super excited about going to Tallahassee.”
The meet serves as a preview of the course that will host the NCAA Championships on November 20. Nationally ranked teams in the women’s field also include 5. Colorado, 10. Utah, 12. North Carolina, 14. Mississippi, 15. Florida State, 16. Northern Arizona, 24. Georgetown, 27. Kentucky, and 28. Toledo.
There is a $5 charge for spectators, which can be pre-paid at the FSU On-Line Ticket website: Pre-National Inv. Tickets
Having a ticket scanned at the gate from your phone will offer a quicker entry to the course. Tickets will also be sold at the gate. The same service will be used for the NCAA Championships.
In addition to seeing the NCAA course and facing some of the top teams in the nation, the Razorbacks will also race against conference schools prior to the SEC Championships, which will be held on Oct. 29. Other SEC schools in the Pre-National Invitational race include Auburn, Florida, Tennessee, and Vanderbilt.
“We’re going to see 11 of the top 30 teams in the nation there, so competition will be very keen, including some of our Southeastern Conference foes,” noted Harter. “With Utah running so well at Oregon last month it will be interesting gauge to see how we match up with them. This will be the first time we’ll actually have our top eight in the same race.
“We can see how good the SEC is going to be. We’re definitely going to have our hands full at the SEC Championships. This will serve, somewhat, as a measuring stick to see where we are and where we’re going.”
With teams limited to eight runners in the primary race, an open race will follow at 8:45 a.m. (CT) for additional members of the Arkansas team to compete.
“We’ll run 12 athletes, with eight in the main race and the rest will be in the open race,” noted Harter. “This is the final racing opportunity before the challenge of the SEC Championship.
“It’s a relatively mild course compared to some of the other national championship course we’ve run on recently. It’s a very fair course and has great opportunities for passing. We’re looking forward to the opportunity to see what the course is all about, and also fine tune our team for the conference and national championships.”
Women’s Golf Closes Fall in Sixth Place at Ozarks National Invitational
Story LinksHOLLISTER, Mo. — The Creighton women’s golf team wrapped up its fall season with a sixth place finish at the Ozarks National Invitational in Hollister, Mo., on Wednesday.
The Bluejays shot rounds of 296, 306 and 308 for the 910 total to earn sixth place in the field of 15 teams. Oral Roberts emerged as the team champion with a 1-under score of 863 to defeat runner-up Arkansas State by 11 shots.
Katie Allen continued her strong play this fall and led the Bluejays, shooting scores of 72, 77 and 73 for a 222 total that was good for a tie for 10th place. Allen has now placed 10th or better in each of her past five tournaments dating to the spring season. Her 72 in the opening 18 holes gives her three rounds this fall and six career rounds of par or lower, both of which are program records.
Continuing her streak of top-20 finishes was freshman Katherine Lemke. The reigning BIG EAST Female Co-Golfer of the Week took 17th place after circuits of 76, 75 and 73 for a 224 total. The Geneva, Ill., product has shot 76 or lower in all 12 rounds of her collegiate career.
Tying for 35th place with a 230 aggregate was freshman Eleanor Hudepohl following scores of 74, 75 and 81. Hudepohl, Gabby Tremblay and Katie Berrian all fired an 81 on Wednesday to complete the tournament. Tremblay (74-83-81=238) tied for 54th place and Berrian (80-79-81=240) tied for 58th place overall.
Eighty-four golfers competed on the Ozarks National Golf Course, which measured 6,072 yards on its par 72 layout. Oral Roberts’ Sarah Bell lapped the field by seven shots with a 14-under score of 202 (69-68-65) to defeat Arkansas State’s Olivia Schmidt (66-73-70=209).
Creighton will return to the course in the spring after averaging a collective 301.33 during the fall. Lemke (74.33), Allen (74.58) and Hudepohl (75.42) were the top performers for the Bluejays in the fall.
News – Irkutsk region. Official portal
The Sirius Educational Center will hold an online invitational stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in six disciplines that are priority for the Strategy of the country’s scientific and technological development: chemistry, astronomy, biology, mathematics, physics and computer science. Students of grades 3-10 will be able to take part in it, as well as teachers and everyone who wants to solve interesting problems and test their knowledge.
According to the Minister of Education of the Irkutsk Region Maxim Parfenov , the distance format will provide equal access to intellectual competition for all schoolchildren and help them discover familiar objects from a new perspective.Online tours will be held on the Sirius platform from April 21 to May 25. They will help schoolchildren to get acquainted with the concept of the Olympiad and non-standard tasks, the authors of which are the strongest regional teachers and leading experts of the Sirius Educational Center.
To participate in the competition, you need to register on the website of the invitation stage in one or several subjects to choose from, and on the days of the rounds, find the time, follow the link that will open in your personal account, and start solving problems.
– The distance format will improve the quality of the Olympiad and the level of student involvement. The invitation stage is a good tool to include them in the Olympiad movement, the Sirius talent development system, to create conditions for self-realization. Every child is talented, and our global goal is to give equal opportunities to all schoolchildren in the country, – said Elena Shmeleva, head of the Talent and Success Foundation .
Results will be available within two weeks after the end of the tour.At the same time, Sirius will publish video analyzes on the site, where the authors of the tasks will explain the solutions and analyze the typical mistakes of the participants. Based on the results of the Olympiad, schoolchildren will receive recommendations for their further education and development, will be invited to participate in the following distance projects and competitive selections for full-time programs.
– We received an offer from the Sirius Educational Center to organize in September the school stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in each school in the same format. The regional center for identifying and supporting gifted children “Educational Center” Perseus “will be able to use the results of the competition to invite participants to their educational programs and events, – emphasized Maxim Parfenov.
Recall that the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren is the largest intellectual competition, in which more than 6 million schoolchildren take part annually. The Olympiad is held in four stages (school, municipal, regional and final) in 24 subjects.Prizewinners and winners of the final stage have the right to enter higher educational institutions in areas corresponding to the profile of the Olympiad, without entrance examinations.90,000 Invitations to the Laser Show became available at the box office of the Philharmonic
Laser multimedia show starts in Pskov today, July 21. For seven days, Pskovites and guests of the city will be shown a 20-minute animated video about the life of the great warrior and ruler of Russia Alexander Nevsky.
The demonstration will take place on the territory of the Dovmont city of the Pskov Kremlin. Entrance to the event will be carried out by invitation cards, which can be obtained at the box office of the Pskov Regional Philharmonic.
This unique light-laser project was created by the Theater and Concert Directorate together with specialists in multimedia technologies from script to video content and implemented as part of regional events dedicated to the celebration of the 800th anniversary of the birth of Prince Alexander Nevsky in the Pskov region.
When visiting the laser show, please observe the following rules:
• Mask mode, both for adults and children, throughout the entire duration of the show.
• Social distancing 1.5 m.
• The viewing position is indicated by a luminous mark on the ground.
• Please do not stay on the territory of Dovmont town after the end of the show and give the next group of spectators the opportunity to take their places.
Start of laser show shows: 90,050
21 July 22:20, 23:00
22 July 23:00
23 July 23:00
July 24-27, two screenings per day – at 22:20 and 23:00
Children under 12 years old are admitted without invitations, accompanied by adults (with invitations).Age limit: 6+
Attention! Tickets purchased for the laser show in April must be changed at the box office of the Pskov Philharmonic for a new date and time.
Cash desk working hours: Tuesday – Friday: 11.00-19.00, Saturday: 11.00-18.00, Sunday – Monday: closed. Technical break: 15.00-16.00. Phone: +7 (8112) 668-920.
Organizers of the project: Administration of the Pskov Region, Committee for Culture of the Pskov Region, International Film Festival “Western Gate”, Theater and Concert Directorate, PROMO “Equal Opportunities”.90,000 1949 National Invitational Tournament
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Republic of Adygea – “Sirius” has opened registration for the remote invitational stage of the All-Russian Olympiad for schoolchildren
The Sirius Educational Center will hold an online invitation stage of the All-Russian Olympiad in six disciplines that are priority for the Strategy of the country’s scientific and technological development: chemistry, astronomy, biology, mathematics, physics and informatics.
Students of grades 3-10 from all regions of Russia, as well as teachers and everyone who wants to solve interesting problems and test their knowledge will be able to take part in it. The distance format will provide equal access to intellectual competition for all Russian schoolchildren and help them discover familiar objects from a new perspective.
Online tours will be held on the Sirius platform from April 21 to May 25. They will help schoolchildren to get acquainted with the concept of the Olympiad and non-standard tasks, the authors of which are the strongest regional teachers and leading experts of the Sirius Educational Center.
To participate in the competition, you need to register on the website of the invitation stage in one or several subjects to choose from, and on the days of the rounds, find the time, follow the link that will open in your personal account, and start solving problems. (How to become a member)
The guys will know their result within two weeks after the end of the tour. At the same time, Sirius will publish video analyzes on the site, where the authors of the tasks will explain the solutions and analyze the typical mistakes of the participants. Based on the results of the Olympiad, schoolchildren will receive recommendations for their further education and development, will be invited to participate in the following distance projects and competitive selections for full-time programs.
Teachers will also be able to try their hand at the Olympiad.A separate registration form has been created for them. Teachers will be able to solve tasks for different classes. At the same time, high scores of teachers at the invitation stage can become an additional advantage when selecting for advanced training programs at the Sirius Educational Center.
You can solve the problems of the Olympiad on any device and from anywhere: at school, at home, even on the street. Tasks are selected in such a way that their implementation allows you to both enjoy the solution process and feel the joy of discovery.
Schedule of the invitation stage
April 21 10:00 – April 22 20:00
April 23 10:00 – April 24 20:00
April 28 10:00 – April 30 20:00
April 29 10:00 – April 30 20:00
May 12 10:00 – May 14 20:00
May 13 10:00 – May 14 20:00
May 17 10:00 – May 18 20:00
May 24 10:00 – May 25 20:00
Saratov Circus – official site
Saratov Circus takes care of the health of each of you! Our employees comply with all sanitary protection requirements. And we, in turn, ask you to take care of your health and the health of other viewers!
Please, when entering the circus, put on a protective mask on yourself and the child, treat your hands with special means, and also undergo non-contact thermometry.
During the performance, do not take off the mask, because it is the main means of protecting your health and the health of your family members, keep your distance and take seats, according to the tickets purchased.
We have made every effort to make your stay at the circus as safe as possible, and have developed several new rules for attending performances:
1.As part of the fight against the spread of coronavirus infection (COVID-19), we recommend paying for tickets purchased directly at the circus box office using a contactless payment method. You can also purchase tickets on the Saratov Circus website https://www.circus-saratov.ru/ using a remote payment method.
2. When visiting the performances, you must have a mask, gloves and wear them during the entire period of your stay in the circus building.
3. Citizens aged 65 and over, as well as citizens with signs of SARS and / or having chronic diseases, please refrain from attending performances for your health and safety.
4. All spectators attending the performances must take a body temperature measurement before passing the ticket control. If an elevated temperature (over 37.2 °) is detected, the viewer will be directed to the staff doctor of the Saratov State Circus, who, after examination, will decide on the possibility of attending the performance.
5. For your safety, hand sanitizers will be located in the control area and at the entrances to the hall.
6. Please keep a social distance of 1.5 meters and do not join groups.
7. Please do not change seats in the auditorium without the administrator’s permission.
Ticket control starts 45 minutes before the start of the show. Entrance to the auditorium 30 minutes before the start. ATTENTION!
Tickets are available on the Saratov Circus website https://www. circus-saratov.ru/, as well as at the circus box office.
Take care of yourself and your loved ones!
We would also like to draw your attention to the fact that according to clause 7.6 of the “Regulations on the procedure for selling tickets for entertainment events and visiting branches of FKP“ Rosgoscirk ”, children under the age of 3 years without a separate seat have the right of free admission to performances accompanied by an adult.90,000 The results of the Day of National Costume in Bashkortostan were summed up
On September 10, the Day of the National Costume of the Peoples of the Republic of Bashkortostan was held. The main holiday of the Day of the National Costume of the Peoples of the Republic of Belarus was held in the city center “Art-Kvadrat”. The organizer of the interactive show program was the House of Friendship of the Peoples of the Republic of Bashkortostan. The program was hosted by the popular actor and showman Shagit Khammatov.
Among the audience, gifts and invitations to the Bashkir Academic Drama Theater named afterM. Gafuri, State Academic Russian Drama Theater, National Youth Theater. M. Karima, Bashkir State Puppet Theater, Ufa State Tatar Theater “Nur”, as well as certificates in the halal cafe “There is Joy”.
Craftswomen of the Belarusian, Chuvash, Udmurt, Russian, Bashkir historical and cultural centers – branches of the DDN of the Republic of Bashkortostan and the Ukrainian Sunday School held ethnic master classes.
As part of the program, the winner of the creative competition for the creation of the emblem of the Day of the National Costume of the Peoples of the Republic of Belarus was awarded.The competition was held by the Assembly of the Peoples of the Republic of Belarus. The winner was 21-year-old Ilnur Abdullin, a 4th year student of the USATU. He works in a marketing agency, a graduate of the Asyltash media center.
Various groups from Ufa took part in the concert of stage masters. The ensemble of Caucasian dances “Sikvorulli” performed Georgian, Adjarian Georgian and Chechen dances.