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Middle School Tournament of Champions April 1, 2017

2016-17 Dates for OAAC TOCQ's

All OAAC TOCQ's will be held online.

For area specific events, first preference for each tournament will be given to teams physically located in the 'local' area

Click here for additional information and instructions for enrollment.

November 7 -19 November Open Online TOCQ


December 5 - 17 - December Open Online TOCQ


January 9 - 27 - Six separate events - Cache Area Online, Central Oklahoma Area Online, Guymon Area Online, Hugo Area Online, Silo Area Online and Tulsa Area Online TOCQ

February 6 - 25 - February Open Online TOCQ


March 1 - March 23 - Last Chance Online TOCQ

 

Tournament of Champions

The Tournament of Champions is the statewide written scholastic championship for middle school students.  It is sponsored by the OAAC and held at Redlands Community College in El Reno.  The date for the Tournament of Champions is

April 1, 2017

In order to attend the TOC 6th, 7th and 8th grade students must earn a spot by placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd at a qualifying tournament.  There are several TOC Qualifying tournaments held across the state. In addition, The OAAC will be hosting TOCQ's online. The entry fee for the TOC is $5.00 per student per test.

Grade level mathematics and advanced mathematics

There will be a grade level mathematics test for 6th Grade, 7th Grade and 8th Grade based on the new mathematics standards. Younger students taking 7th or 8th grade mathematics will test at the grade level of the mathematics class in which they are enrolled. These tests will be given at the TOC.

New for 2016-17 - Students enrolled in advanced mathematics - Algebra I and up - will take their math test at the HSTOC in May. If your 6th, 7th or 8th grade student is enrolled in upper level math - Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry or other advanced mathematics classes, they will compete at the HSTOC on May 5 or 6.

Advanced mathematics qualifying tests will be offered by the OAAC through the online tournaments. These tests are for qualifying purposes only - A student, regardless of grade, enrolled in Algebra I, will take the Algebra I test. A student, regardless of grade, enrolled in Geometry, will take the Geometry test, etc.

TOC Scholar

A TOC Scholar trophy will be awarded for each grade level, 6, 7, & 8. The TOC Scholar will be the student with the highest score on the TOC Scholar test. To be eligible for the TOC Scholar award a student must qualify in 4 individual tests. Scholars will take a separate multi-subject 200 question test in addition to the tests for which they qualified. The Scholar ranking will be based on the scholar test only.

Entry Deadline

March 24, 2017 is the entry deadline. Use the online enrollment form, or print the pdf file and fax to 580-654-1852 or attach and e-mail gnbliss@carnegienet.net
Late entries accepted through March 28, 2017.

It is extremely important to have all entries by March 24 and corrections by March 28. Early entries appreciated.

Entry Fee

Entry fee for the Tournament of Champions is $5.00 per student per test.


To qualify for participation in the Tournament of Champions a student must:


1. Be in sixth, seventh or eighth grade.
2. Place first, second or third on a curricular or scholastic test in language arts, humanities, math, science, current events, reading or social studies (2016-2017 school year). If the qualifying tournament is still giving tests in English and reading - both the English 1st-3rd and reading 1st-3rd will qualify for the language arts test. Ties advance.
3. The competition where the placing occurred should have including ten or more participating schools.
4. Students placing first, second or third as individuals in MATHCOUNTS Regional and the top 5 individuals from the State competition qualify to take the math test.
5. Students qualifying for the state Geography Bee qualify to take the social studies test.
6. Students placing 1st-3rd at the OSSM mathematics competition held in OKC qualify to take the mathematics test.

The Schedule for Saturday

Packet & Information Pickup opens - 8:00 A.M. - your students do not need to be at the testing site until 30 minutes before their first scheduled test.
Please Note - New Schedule!
Language Arts - 9:00 - 9:50 AM

Social Studies - 10:00 A.M. - 10:50 A.M.


Science 11:00 - 11:50 AM Saturday

Current Events - 12:00 - 12:50 P.M.


Humanities & Fine Arts 1:00 - 1:50 PM

Mathematics - 2:00 - 2:50 P.M.

The Scholar Test will be available during each testing session.
Awards will be available for pick-up 30 minutes after the session for the subject ends on Saturday.
First, second and third place in each subject and for each grade level will receive a trophy. All participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

 

Friday Night Testing
There will be a testing session on Friday, March 31 for those students with conflicts on the 1st. Friday night testing begins at 3:00 p.m. Preregistration is required for the Friday night session.

Friday Night Schedule

The Friday night schedule will mirror the Saturday schedule. On Friday night ONLY. Once the scheduled test has been distributed, all tests offered in that room will be available.

Packet & Information Pickup opens - 2:00 P.M. - your students do not need to be at the testing site until 30 minutes before their first scheduled test.
Please Note - New Schedule!


Language Arts - 3-3:50 Friday

Social Studies - 10:00 A.M. - 4-4:50 Friday

Science - 5-5:50 Friday

Current Events - 6-6:50 Friday

Humanities & Fine Arts - 7-7:50 Friday

Mathematics - 8-8:50 Friday

The Scholar Test will be available during each testing session.

Awards will be presented on Saturday.
First, second and third place in each subject and for each grade level will receive an award. All participants will receive a certificate of achievement.

Top 10 stickers will be given to all students ranking in the top 10 for each test.

2016-17 Humanities and Fine Arts focus period

Mannerism & Baroque

1527-1750

In Music Baroque 1600-1750

Including, but not limited to:

Art ~ Jacopo da Pontormo, Tintoreto, El Greco, Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Peter Paul Rubens, Diego Velazquez, Gian Lorenzo Bernini,Annibale Carracci, Caravaggio, Anthony Van Dyke, Jacob Jordaens,Pierre Puget, Alonzo Cano, Diego Velazquez

Literature ~ This time period will include 17th & early 18th century literature. Authors will include John Locke, John Dryden, Isaac Newton, Ihara Saikaku, John Bunyan, John Milton, Moliere, Jean Racine, Thomas Hobbes,Galileo Galilei, Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes, Lope de Vega, Christopher Marlowe, Jonathan Swift, Daniel Defoe, John Gay

Music ~ Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Claudio Monteverdi, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Pachelbel, Alessandro & Domenico Scarlatti, Henry Purcell, Arcangelo Corelli

Dance ~ Belle Dans, Menuet, Passacaille, Hornpipe, Country Dance, Beauchamp-Feuillet notation

Architecture ~ Sir Christopher Wren, Nicola Salvi, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Jose Benito Churriguera, Sir John Vanbrugh, Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Jules Hardouin Mansart

Frederick Law Olmstead, Daniel Hudson Burnham, Louis Sullivan, William Pitt, William Walcot, Hector Guimard, William Morris

Philosophy ~ John Locke, Blaise Pascal, Baruch Spinoza, Rene Descartes, David Hume, George Berkeley, Gottfried Leibniz