Rubrics: State 2018-01-21T23:18:47+00:00

State Rubrics

Know your rubric? Be ready to compete!

The STLP State Championship has many competition areas…and each has it’s own unique rubric guiding the event. Everyone has access to view the rubrics and use them as part of your preparation for the competition. Knowing your rubric is a vital component to success!

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Live Performance

Register online to participate in competitions that occur live, on-site, at State. Rubrics for each Live Performance category are available below.

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BE PRE-QUALIFIED

Pre-Qualify

At Regionals, projects pre-qualified to move into the Level 2 competition and Service Teams were formed. DPOJ semi-finalists compete for titles.

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ATTEND & LEARN ONLY

Attend Only

Any school may attend, enjoy the STLP Playground activities, & learn from the competing students. To attend only, complete registration online.

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A Closer Look: Live Performance Categories

Regarding Live Performance categories:

  • Click category titles to access competition’s rubric and category lead’s contact info
  • Schools should determine which students have the best skills to represent their school in the given categories
  • Note that some categories are grade division specific. Review rubrics to determine if your students are eligible to compete
  • Competition schedules will be released after the registration deadline ends
  • Best performances by grade level groups will be recognized at the annual Award Show at the end of the day

Live Performance: Individual

These categories allow for 1 or 2 students to individually represent your STLP in competition.

Description: One student finds a solution to a prompt by creating a script/code. The student will be given a task to solve on-site in a timed environment using the language of their choice. They may select from the following languages:

  • VBScript
  • Jscript (JavaScript)
  • PHP
  • Perl
  • Python
  • Java
  • C, C++, or C#.

Students should bring their own laptops with which to compete. (BYOD)

Rubric (pdf): Coding Challenge

Type of event: Individual event, 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 9-12 Only

Lead Contact(s):

Resources: http://www.henry.kyschools.us/olc/page.aspx?id=13135&s=7

Description: Future pilots, those who love to plan flights should take part in this event. Students should come prepared to use flight tools and plan a flight from one city to another. Students will need to bring their own tools. (BYOT)

Rubric (pdf)EKU Aviation Challenge (updated for 2017)

Type of event: Individual event, 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 6-8 and 9-12 Only

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

  • See Rubric for additional links and important resources

Description: Networking skills are marketable skills. Have your students that are experienced enter this category to take a test and show what they know and can do with a network.  Sponsored by Extreme Networks

Rubric (pdf): Extreme Networks Networking Challenge

Type of event: Individual event, 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 6-8 and 9-12 Only

Lead Contact(s):

  • TBA

Additional Resources:

  • See Rubric for any resources (if applicable)

Description: Often, students learn with the use of technology to understand a difficult concept. One program that is popular with students is Flight Simulation software, which helps students understand this STEM concept of flight. Students can visit local airport, talk to pilots to gain aviation/technical knowledge.  Review the rubric for more details on this event.

Type of event: Individual event, 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5 Only

Rubric (pdf): Flight Simulation

Category Lead:

Additional Resources:

  • The Aviation Museum of Kentucky in Lexington http://www.aviationky.org/
  • KY Department of Aviation of the Transportation Cabinet http://transportation.ky.gov/Aviation/
  • Civil Air Patrol http://www.kywgcap.org/
  • Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association http://www.aopa.org

Description:  Earn as many certification as you can in one day! Register to take MTA or MOS certification exams on-site at #STL17. MTA is the Microsoft foundational technology certification with tracks in Database, Developer and IT Professional. Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification is the leading IT certification in the world.

Students – demonstrate that you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to productively use Microsoft Office. MOS enables you to tap the full features and functionality of the Microsoft Office system, resulting in heightened levels of individual performance, confidence, and differentiation. Earn as many certification as you can in one day!  Thanks to Microsoft and Certiport for partnering with STLP on this acivity.

Options include:

  • Networking Fundamentals
  • Software Development Fundamentals
  • Database Fundamentals
  • HTML5 App Development Fund.
  • Cloud Fundamentals
  • Mobility and Device Fundamentals
  • MOS Certifications

Type of event: Individual event, multiple students per school allowed to apply (contact Laura Raganas w/ questions)

Event Divisions: 9-12 only

Rubric (pdf): Certipalooza (no rubric necessary)

Category Lead:

Additional Resources: N/A

Description: Quick minds and fast fingers using a clicker system will allow your student to answer questions on technology topics. Thanks to partners Proven Learning.

Type of event: Individual event, 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12

Rubric (pdf): Proven Learning Quick Recall

Category Lead:

Additional Resources:

  • N/A
Description: Students work with components of science, technology, engineering art and mathematics (STEAM) in building an understanding the world of racing competition. 

A student will buy, design, build and race a slot car.

Students will build a slot car, starting with a kit, a ready to run car or scratch-built design, improving the performance and documenting what they did to improve the car’s performance )Design Paper).  They should show the relationship of those improvements using the STEAM components. 

The student will develop a “Design Paper” on the design and process of getting the car ready for the event.

Type of event: Individual event, 4 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12

Rubric (pdf): Racing to the Future

Category Lead:

Additional Resources:

Description: NOTE – this is a non-competitive category. Space is limited, necessitating reservation within State Registration.

Join us to learn about Everyone Can Code, a program designed to give everyone the power to learn, write, and teach code with Swift. You’ll hear about Swift Playgrounds, a free app for iPad for first-time coders with a complete set of Apple-designed lessons that make getting started fun and interactive, and explore the accompanying teacher guide. You’ll also learn about App Development with Swift, a curriculum for high school and college for Mac that shows students how to create apps from start to finish.

Devices will be provided for the activity.

Hurry…spots are limited. Register to participate via STLP Registration before March 4th deadline.  Presented by Apple Inc.

Type of event: (part of STLP Playground) Individual non-competitive event, no more than 2 students can apply. Space is limited.

Event Divisions: 6-8 and 9-12 ONLY

Rubric (pdf): N/A

Category Lead:

  • TBA

Additional Resources:

  • N/A

Live Performance: Solo

These categories are restricted to only one representative from your STLP.

Description: One student creates an original piece of art using the prompt, theme and Photoshop/GIMP. Student will have up to 30 minutes with provided images, prompt, and theme then a maximum of 1.5 hours to complete the task via the computer.

Students should bring their own devices and laptops (with Adobe Photoshop CS3 or later and/or GIMP) which to compete. (BYOD)

Rubric (pdf):

Type of event: Individual event, 1 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 6-8, and 9-12 ONLY

Lead Contact(s):

Resources: review rubric for potential resources

Description: Students that love to capture that great image are the ones that will enjoy this category challenge. Students will check in and be given a theme. The student must capture one photo/image and transform it before bringing the titled image back to be viewed by judges. The task is timed and the student will need to Bring Your Own Device. (BYOD)

Rubric (pdf): Photo on Demand UPDATED!

Type of event: Individual event, 1 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8 and (NEW for 2017) 9-12

Lead Contact(s): 

Additional Resources:

  • N/A

Description: Using prompts supplied on site, students will create a web site within the competition time limits.  Students should bring devices pre-loaded with web design software of your choice.

Rubric (pdf)Web Site Design Challenge

Type of event: Individual event, 1 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8 and 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

  • N/A

Live Performance: 2 Person Teams

Students work in pairs during these competitions.

Description: This competition will involve two robots in a circular ring, with the goal being to push the opposing robot out of the ring within the time limit. The first robot to touch the floor outside of the ring loses the bout. The robot that wins two out of three bouts wins the match.  While pushing the opposing robot out of the ring is the the only way to win a bout, disabling the opponent (flipping, lifting, etc.) is strongly encouraged.

Visit STLP SumoBots rubric HERE for more details about the competition.

Rubric (pdf)SumoBots

Type of event: Team event, 1 to 2 students per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

Description: Who in your building is helping to fix things? Who is studying in advanced technology courses? Students that troubleshoot technology issues benefit in applying that knowledge in this competition category.

The team MUST be made up of two students. The two students will answer questions. The best pair with a top combined score will troubleshoot a computer.

Rubric (pdf)Bench Challenge

Type of event: Must Be Two Students as One Team, Only one team per school

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Resources: review rubric for potential resources

Description: Have a robot? Can you make the robot do something? This category will focus on the challenge is to create a robot that is either a transformation of another item OR transforms the way you do a task.  Students bring their own robot. (BYOR)

Rubric (pdf): Georgetown College Robot Use

Type of event: Team of 1 or 2 event, one team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s): 

Additional Resources:

  • N/A

Description:  Computer Science is an exciting field choice for many students. Give them an opportunity to learn a language on site and create a solution to the prompt.  Category is BYOD (each student should bring a laptop computer)

Rubric (pdf): UK Computer Science Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 to 2 students per team school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

Live Performance: Team Events

Team event categories are limited to 1 team per school. A team consists of 1 or more students.

Description:

In recognition of 2017-2018 being the 100th Anniversary of Kentucky High School Basketball, this documentary video category should tell a unique, compelling, exciting or timeless story about high school basketball which is a key part of Kentucky’s culture and dynamic. A high quality, creative and unique production are elements of this category which must feature an historical or fascinating story about a storied gymnasium or lost school (one that no longer exists). The documentary should be visually compelling and have interviews. The product can include video footage, some still shots, newspaper clippings and other media.

The product must be no longer than 8 minutes in length. The best products from the 16 basketball regions will be invited to the STLP State Championship as finalists and the team members will come up on stage and receive scholarship money.  Judges will be video professionals and members of the Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame Committee.

Submit your video as part of the STLP State Registration process (deadline February 24th). Judging will occur prior to the STLP State Championship. At the STLP State Championship, just like at the state basketball tournament, the top four teams will be recognized and awarded additional monetary scholarships with the Centennial State Champion and Runner-Up also receiving trophies.

In the summer of 2018, during the Centennial Basketball Celebration in Elizabethtown, KY, the location of the KHSBHF Museum, the finalists will be recognized at the Historic State Theater and the winners will have a grand premiere on the big screen.

IMPORTANT INFO:

  • Sweet 16: the top 16 finalists will receive $500 from KHSBHF
  • 1 Champion from the Sweet 16 winners will win the Grand Sweet 16 championship and an additional $1500

Rubric (pdf): KHSBHF Video Contest: A Lost School

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: 9-12 Only

Lead Contact(s):   

Additional Resources:

Description:  Cinemania is just that — Mania to produce a video less than three minutes in 48 hours after receiving an email with the rules and information. Once the video is finished, post online.  Video will be produced and published prior to the STLP State Championship.  Preliminary scoring will happen in advance, with final judging/viewing happening at State.

  • Elements Released: Tuesday, March 20th (9:00 am EST)
  • Final Videos Submitted via YouTube: Thursday, March 22nd (1:00 pm EST)
  • Round 1 Judging window: Friday, March 23rd
  • Round 1 Judge scores submitted: Tuesday, March 27th (by 1pm EST)
  • Round 2 (Live) Judging and Awards: Thursday, March 29th (at State)

Rubric (pdf)KY Cinemania

Type of event: One team per school (with one title only) may apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Resources: review rubric for potential resources

Description:  One team uses GIS to find a solution to a problem.  New an exciting approach developed by partnerships between state and national mapping professionals.  This competition is state of the art and will connect student with the world of geotechnology.

Proud partnership with National GeoTech Center and Kentucky Association of Mapping Professionals

Rubric (pdf): GeotTech Challenge

Type of event: Team event, one team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-8, 9-12 (Note: K-5 and 6-8 divisions are combined)

Lead Contact(s): 

Additional Resources:

  • Multiple resources and links available within the rubric (CLICK HERE)

Description: 

How does your STLP help and keep track of technical issues in the school?
Does your school provide technical support or a help desk for the school or district?
This may be a category for your school to enter.
Many technical students help their school and district with technology problems. The help can be informal as quick repairs, troubleshooting in the classroom or as formal as being part of a Help Desk.

Informal support is defined as students assisting in classrooms or answering the call for technology assistance in a classroom, library or school. A more formal Help Desk may be a class in which students assist with technology issues in the building or district during or after class. Some districts also hire students to assist with technical projects or during the summer break. These students need to present the technical support they provide to the judges.

Rubric (pdf)Help Desk Support Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 Team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

  • Please review the rubric for important information.

Description:  Each community is unique and different. The Kentucky Heritage Council’s Main Street Program invites you to show case your downtown and tell the story of what makes your Main Street GREAT. This project will require you to meet with community members, business owners, Main Street Director and more – to research and really find out what is within your downtown. You have the exciting opportunity to tell the story of your hometown through video. What’s happening on your Main Street?

Rubric (pdf)Heritage Council 

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):

Additional Resources:

Description: Add to the travel campaign of THERE’S ONLY ONE KENTUCKY. Your local community is the ideal location to become involved and the best way to get others involved is to make a video that showcases your area.

What is special about your town / local community / county?

Please make this LOCAL only and NOT about the state overall.

Rubric (pdf): KY Travel Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Christie Turbeville, Bullitt County –  christie.turbeville@bullitt.kyschools.us

Additional Resources:

Description: One way that schools keep the school in the know is from a daily, weekly or monthly newscast service. If you school has a news program, let us know more about it. Come describe the process you utilize to get the news show done on time.

  • The school news team creates up to a 60 sec. PSA on the process of making the school news
  • Team will set up a presentation board display and explain the news program at the school
  • Team will be interviewed by judges
  • The team will bring the PSA to the interview (displaying the PSA is BYOD – teams must bring their own equipment)

Rubric (pdf)Newscast Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Diana McGhee, CIO Fort Thomas Independent – diana.mcghee@fortthomas.kyschools.us

Additional Resources:

  • Review the rubric for additional details, please.

Description:

What mobile app can your students create that uses gamification to teach teach/re-enforce STEM discipline subjects? What mobile app can your students create that would help the school or community?  NOTE: This is currently Android ONLY.

Rubric (pdf)NKU Mobile App Design Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Evan Downing, Northern Kentucky University – downinge1@nku.edu

Additional Resources:

All apps must be developed to support phone interfaces.

The base operating system to be supported is Android 2.3 (“Gingerbread”).

  • Google’s Android Page – https://developers.google.com/android/
  • MIT’s App Inventor – http://appinventor.mit.edu/
  • Eclipse – http://eclipse.org/

Description:  Have a robot? Want to get involved with a regional event? RCX may be just the thing.

  • The Top teams from RCX regional tournaments will compete at State Championship
  • Must Prequalify at RCX regional tournament to before registering for State

Rubric (pdf)RCX (No Rubric, Just Information)

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Doug Geiman – inforcx.rcx@gmail.com

Additional Resources:  

Description:  What better way to tell an original story than to program a robot to tell if for you? Sphero Hero is all about a team of students creating an original (short) dramatic story, creating an obstacle course as the stage for their story, and programming a Sphero (or any programmable robot) to navigate the stage autonomously while students narrate their tale to judges (3-5-minute limit). Sphero Hero is a BYOD category, where teams will build their own sets and use their own robots and materials to compete.

Sphero Hero is the first STLP competition co-designed & led by a student (thank you Nada K. from Thomas Nelson HS, Nelson County)

Rubric (pdf): Sphero Hero

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Heather Warrell, KDE Office of Education Technology – heather.warrell@education.ky.gov

Additional Resources:  

  • Please review the rubric for important information

Description: Ever wondered who was behind the games you play? Programmers and artists are just two that make a full team. Look at some of your games, notice who is credited. Study how the game works. It can be a board or software or an online game. Game design involves a rich array of knowledge and skills. Knowing how to put together a successful game involves system-based thinking, critical problem solving, art and aesthetics, writing and storytelling, interactive design, game logic and rules, and computer skills. The designer must also be a socio-technical engineer, thinking about how people will interact with the game and how the game will shape both individual, competitive, or collaborative social interactions.

Teams make a oral presentation of their Game Design Concept.

Rubric (pdf)STLP Game Design Challenge

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Keith Barnes, TIS Bullitt County Schools – keith.barnes@bullitt.kyschools.us

Additional Resources:  

  • Please review the rubric for very important resources

Description:Thinking about problems and finding solutions are part of the engineering world. Engineered products have many applications in real life. Do you have students that can put their MIND ON and be INNOVATIVE?

Have a team create an original idea, products, or processes, which solve a problem. Share this with judges.

Rubric (pdf): UK Engineering Minds on Innovation

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Dr. Bruce Walcott, UK College of Engineering – bruce.walcott@uk.edu

Additional Resources:  

  • College of Engineering UK http://www.engr.uky.edu/
  • Central Kentucky Inventors Council site: http://www.ckic.org/links.html
  • Innovate KY http://innovateky.com/
  • Innovation Labs UK http://p20.education.uky.edu/news/
  • National Girls Collaborative Project http://www.ngcproject.org/inde.cfm
  • KY Girls Collaborative Project http://www.ngcproject.org/kentucky/

Description:  The University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development would like to invite any STLP team from any K12 institution in the Commonwealth to develop podcasts showcasing their STLP, school, and community. The University of Louisville Education Activities Podcast (ULEAP) Design team will provide your STLP team with storage space and hosting services for free as well as training in the uses, creation, and marketing of your podcast. The amount of storage space available amounts to the possibility of a one 1 hour video podcast a week for a school year. This may be broken into multiple formats, e.g. two 30-minute episodes a week, four 15- minute episodes a week, or 10-minute daily episodes for the school year.

Rubric (pdf): UL Podcasting: Telling Your Story

Type of event: Team event, 1 team per school allowed to apply

Event Divisions: K-5, 6-8, 9-12

Lead Contact(s):   Dr. Steve Swan, University of Louisville – steve.swan@louisville.edu

Additional Resources:  

  • Please review the rubric for important resources
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A Closer Look: Pre-Qualified Entries

Image: STLP Road to Rupp visualPre-Qualified entries refer to Level 1 Projects that advanced from Regionals (November/December) to Level 2 judging at State. Level 2 Projects present to judges with hopes of advancing to the final round of scoring, called Level 3.  Best in State Projects will be selected from the Level 3 project pool.

Also included in Pre-Qualified entries are all advancing Digital Products that competed as part of the DPOJ competition in January/February. Digital Products includes items like Documentary, Original Photo, Book Trailers, and more. Each Digital Product category selected products to invite to State for final scoring. The Best Product in each category is selected at State.

Finally, a number of students were selected after an interview process to serve as a member of a State Service Team. Interviews were held during the Regional events and, some, were included in the DPOJ competition timeframe.  All invited students will come to State and be an active member of a team that helps produce the State Championship.  Once invited to State, the competition portion was completed…student team members will now be recognized as active members of teams such as Blogger Corps, Media Arts Team, Social Media Team, Production Company, Live Reporters and Scratch Ambassadors.

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Select your Pre-Qualified Area from these tabs

Regarding Projects Advancing from Level 1 at Regionals:

  • Competition: Level 2 Project judging is head to head, by grade division and project category (unlike Level 1 at Regionals)
  • Completed Project: At Regionals, Projects that were just kicking off were welcome. At State level, judges will expect teams to discuss how their project has advanced since Regionals and that the project be in a final form (even if it is an ongoing project)
  • Project Planner: Have multiple printed copies of your COMPLETED project planner ready to hand out. Be prepared for Level 2 and Level 3 judges
  • Although internet access is available, be prepared to present in offline mode (as always)
  • Table assignments and Level 2 judging times will be released prior to State Championship
  • Best Level 2 projects will advance to Level 3 judging. All Level 3 projects are recognized during STLP Awards (plan to stay for awards)
  • Once Level 3 finalists are announced (live and via STLP App), remaining projects are free to pack up (around 1:30 pm)
  • Come prepared for all-day judging…Level 3 typically wraps up by 4 pm

Rubrics and Project Planner

Take advantage of the Level 2 Project rubric to help plan your presentation for judges. Be aware, the Level 2 rubric is different from the Level 1 rubric used at Regionals.  Project Planner should be completely filled out and several copies should be printed and ready to be handed to judges.  Use these forms to make informed decisions about what to expect at


Basic Schedule: Level 2 and Level 3 Judging

All Project judging will occur within Heritage Hall (maps to release prior to event).

Student may not enter before 9:00 am to set up assigned presentation space. Times below may be approximate.

Power will be available, but teams are responsible for extension cords and power strips.

  • 9:00 – 10:45 am     Teams enter Heritage Hall and set up
  • 10:45 am                 Welcoming Announcements
  • 11:00 – 1:00 pm      Level 2 Project judging (judging times TBA)
  • About 1:30 pm       Projects advancing to Level 3 announced
  • 1:30 – 2:00 pm       Non-advancing project teams dismiss
  • 2:00 – 4:00 pm      Level 3 Judging
  • 5:00 – 7:30 pm       STLP Awards – All Level 3 projects recognized on stage

Digital Product Rubrics

Review rubrics to locate details about qualifying products moving from DPOJ to State

Categories may require a physical version of the product to be dropped off for judging consideration

Occasionally, some DPOJ finalists include student presentations at State (i.e. finalists in Presenter category)

Not all DPOJ products require student presentation or a physical version of the product

Best products in each category receive awards during the STLP Awards Ceremony

Before leaving, return to scoring area to retrieve physical copies of products before leaving

  • Blogger Corps: Keeping our online presence during State fresh and up date is a responsibility that falls into the hands of the STLP Blogger Corps. Working with Jefferson County Public Schools, the Blogger Corps will post media rich info to the STLP website and STLP app throughout the day. At the end of events, they will also report the finalists for each event.
    • Blogger Corps Lead: Jefferson County Public Schools, TBA
  • Media Arts ServiceThis team that will record and produce media that highlight the events occurring at the State Championship.  Their content will be shown during the Awards Ceremony and posted to the STLP website (Division Levels 6-8, 9-12 Only)
  • Engineer ServiceEngineers are considered the pinnacle of STLP and will have responsibilities that include representing STLP at state and national levels. STLP Engineers provide on site support for all events at STLP State Championship (Division Level 9-12 Only)
  • Live Reporting Service: The Live Reporting Team helps everyone know what is happening in and around the STLP State Championship. Because the event and venue are so massive, Live Reporters file reports from around the State event and are broadcast online throughout the day
    • Live Reporters Lead:
  • Production Company Service: The Production team operates (among other things) as the camera crew, directors, and on-site production designers during the State Championship and help live broadcast the Award Ceremony (Division Levels 6-8, 9-12 Only)
  • Scratch Ambassadors: One students demonstrates for a panel of judges their skills using Scratch programming tools. Students with active ability to utilize and share the benefits of Scratch may be invited to help host the “Scratch Programming” booth at STLP State Championship.  At State, Scratch Ambassadors promote computer science and programming skills by teaching hands-on activities using Scratch to students, teachers and visitors at the State Championship event.
  • Social Media Service: one student presents a resume and is interviewed for a position to Tweet at State (Division Levels 6-8, 9-12 only)

Upcoming Events

  1. Deadline: State Championship Registration

    February 24 @ 11:55 am - 11:59 am EST
  2. STLP18 State Championship

    March 29 @ 9:30 am - 7:30 pm EDT