Updated September 10, 2013
Registration is done by Region Directors ONLY
If you won your category at your region, you will receive a winner's letter that has vital information for you.
Please notify your REGION DIRECTOR if you did not receive a winner's letter, or have questions about your placement in the state competition.
INFORMATION FOR REGIONAL DIRECTORS:
Regional Directors Note: All student information is to be entered by the student/parent on the link listed in the 2014 Winner's Letter. It is the responsibility of the Regional Director to see that each qualifying student for the state Fair at regionals receives a Winner's Letter.
The Wednesday after the Regional Tech Fair is a strict deadline. Any project submitted after this deadline is subject to disqualification.
No ties will be allowed for any reason. Any region with a tie MUST decide how to break the tie and submit ONLY ONE entry per grade/category. Any ties submitted will be disqualified.
All first place winners from regional fairs in grades 3-12 may participate in the Fair. This includes all public, private, and home- schooled students that win first place in a recognized regional fair. Grade level divisions are as follows:
- Grades 3-4
- Grades 5-6
- Grades 7-8
- Grades 9-10
- Grades 11-12
- Grades 7-12 ONLY in Hardware and Programming Challenge categories
Students must be registered by their current grade level. Students entering as a team must compete at the grade level of the higher grade of the two team members. Any student on a team, regardless of grade, may compete at a higher grade level but never at a lower grade level.
The Hardware category is restricted to 7th grade and above only. The Individual and Team Programming Challenge categories are limited to 7th grade and above only. All other categories are open to 3-12 competitors.
All categories are open to team competition except for Individual Programming Challenge. Except for TPC, teams of two compete with individuals in all categories. Teams are restricted to a maximum of 2 participants.