SCHOLASTIC CHESS COMPETITION
About the competition: The tournament will have three timed rounds of competition by age/ experience level: Kindergarten-Grade 3, Grades 4-6, Grades 7-9, Grades 10-12. Awards are given to the finalist and champion of each division. Angelo Imperati is the Tournament Director for the 2023 EXPO.
Who can participate: Unranked and beginning-ranked players in grades K-12 (amateur and beginning players). Students can enter as individual players. No competition experience necessary. We want students that are excited about playing chess to sign up. Tournament is capped at 150 students. Registered players must arrive by 9:30 AM to check in. At that time, players on the wait list will be given open slots to compete.
Who can participate: Students in grades 3-12 can pre-register as individuals or as school teams/groups. No math team or prior preparation is necessary. We want students who are eager about math! A great opportunity for enrichment for students to push their thinking and creativity. We recommend early registration; the competition is capped at 60 students.
If all the slots are filled be sure to grab your parent or teacher and bring them to the main stage for a game of are you smarter than my STEM student. An on-the-spot Math Quiz Gameshow.
HOUR OF CODE
About the workshop: This year Super Saturday will host its second series of coding workshops. Hour of code this year will be for beginners only. Students will be exposed to the world of programming in hourly sessions hosted by Elite.
Who can participate: All students are welcome to participate. We recommend early registration; competition is capped at 25 students per (hour) session.
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