FLL Competition May 12th

In less than 2 weeks, on Saturday, May 12,  McCollough-Unis School will fill with 24 FIRST LEGO League Robotics teams and spectators!
We urgently need Dearborn leaders to fill key roles as Judges (20), Head Referee (1), Referees (6),  Field Manager (1), Field Resetters (6), Scorekeepers (3),  Pit Manager (1), MC (1),  DJ (1), and Game Announcers (2). These jobs require advance registration, online training and certification, and a full Saturday, May 12, commitment (6:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.).

We also need a Production Manager to coordinate the Audio Visual System, 2 video camera operators, photographers, the MC, game announcers, and the DJ. Less technical,  yet essential,
​ ​roles include: 1 scorekeeper assistant, 1 timekeeper, 2 score runners, 3 pit runners, 1 pit practice table coordinator,  3 pit practice table attendants, 1 pit technician, 3 pit monitors, 4 game queuers, 4 volunteer check-in,  4 team check-in, 4 Volunteer Room attendants,  6 door monitors-parking coordinators-security-information, 9 judge queuers, and 10 concessions workers. 
If every Dearborn school furnishes volunteers, we will have ample manpower! 
The Mc-Unis PTSA always provides a spectacular complimentary feast for volunteers (breakfast, lunch, and beverages, 6:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.). Officially registered volunteers get a lanyard and event STAFF t-shirt, and  official service credit and recognition. 
We are counting on Dearborn administrators to enthusiastically join in the incredible fun that is FIRST Robotics!
Please bring your staff along, too! All FIRST events are free and open to the public. All district robotics teams are encouraged to attend!
(6) FLL Volunteer Job Board (showing assignments)
    With jobs and links to descriptions and training documents.
Please contact Renee Newman, Volunteer Coordinator, with your questions by replying to this email, emailing renee@dyscalculia.org, or texting (313) 300-1901 with your name and question.
We can’t do this without YOU! 
Thank you for your precious time and commitment to STEM! 
Renee Newman

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