Nova East’s Division 1 team from Glebe Elementary placed 7th in Problem 2. After reviewing the final scores for the 34 VA teams:
- 16 teams placed in top 10 (47%)
- 31 teams placed in the top 20 (91%)
- 33 teams placed in the top 30 (97%)
- & one placed a very respectable 32nd place.
Given there are 45-70 teams in each division of each problem, these results reflect extremely great performances by the entire Virginia Team!! You may review the 2018 World Finals scores at this link: https://www.odysseyofthemind.com/wf2018/world-finals-2018-scores/ You can sort on VA teams.
In case you didn’t hear the good news, Glebe Elementary School is sending a team to the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals this week in Ames, Iowa. As members of the NoVaEast Odyssey of the Mind family we couldn’t be prouder!
Check out this article about the team from the Washington Post: Glebe OM Team
We want to send out a big thank you to all our Nova East Odyssey of the Mind teams who represented us well at the state tournament on Saturday, April 14, 2018 at Menchville H.S. in Newport News, Virginia. We had three teams from Alexandria Public Schools, Maury Elementary, MacArthur Elementary, and George Washington Middle School, two teams from St. Mary’s Catholic School, two teams from Arlington Public Schools, one from Williamsburg Middle School and one from Glebe Elementary, two teams from Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in Falls Church City, and one team from Lorton Station Elementary School in Fairfax County. Glebe Elementary will be moving on to World Finals and representing our region in Problem 2, Division 1 having placed first at the state tournament. Congratulations and best of luck! If you would like to contribute to help get them there, here’s a link; https://www.gofundme.com/glebe-odyssey-world-finals-trip
The items below were found or turned it at our regional meet at West Potomac High School on Saturday, March 17. If you think one or more belong to you, please email Pamela.Clark@apsva.us to arrange a time to pick them up. If unclaimed, all items will be donated to Goodwill on March 31.
* A blue Columbia backpack with neon piping
* A few yards of fuzzy white fabric in a brown paper bag
* 2 purple water bottles (one metal and one plastic)
* A blue Orvis V-neck sweater
* A mint-green child’s XL fleece sweatshirt
Congratulations to all of the teams who participated in this year’s Odyssey of the Mind competition! Below are the results from today’s event:
Nova East Region 11 Regional Meet Results.html
Some minor changes were made to Saturday’s schedule. The changes only affect Problem 1, Division 2 and Primary Site B.
Nova East Region 11 Regional Meet Schedule Draft (LT Sort) 3-13-18.html
FORMS>>>FORMS>>>AND MORE FORMS!
All parents need to fill out an emergency form to give to your child’s coach before the meet in case you’re separated. This is required by Fairfax County Public Schools.
Also, ’tis the week when competitive teams will be scrambling to get together their paperwork. Remember they need 4 copies of the style form, 4 copies of the required list, and one each of the cost form and outside assistance form. These can be found on the Odyssey of the Mind website in the Members Area under Long Term problems. If you have questions ask your school’s coordinator.
The Tournament schedule is set. Please check your times and inform your team members and families of the times. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, March 17th at West Potomac High School.
Nova East Region 11 Regional Meet Schedule Draft (LT Sort) 3-6-18.html
The NoVa East Odyssey of the Mind Regional competition will be here soon and the tournament newsletter contains all of the information you need for a successful experience. The newsletter will tell you everything you need to know about forms, parking, registration procedures, and more. To access your copy, click here: Tournament News NOVA EAST 2018
Judges’ Training will take place this coming Saturday.
February 24, 2018
8:15 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (at the latest)
St. Louis Catholic School
2901 Popkins Ln, Alexandria, VA 22306
Whether you are a coach or coordinator, please make sure your judge remembers to attend training this coming Saturday, Feb. 24 at St. Louis Catholic School in Alexandria. It’s a straight shot down Richmond Hwy. (Rt. 1) past Krispy Kreme, Famous Dave’s, and the Beacon Center on the right to make a left turn at a stoplight with a small street sign on the left that says Popkins Lane. Once you turn onto Popkins, the church and school will be on your right. A small breakfast will be served, and registration begins at 8:15 a.m. Judges should preview materials which were emailed to them by their Problem Captain before training on Saturday. If they don’t think they have received them, please have them check their SPAM folder just in case. Training will end by 1:00 p.m. Please remind your judges that they must be trained and are essential to the running of the competition. If a team does not provide a trained judge, the team will receive a penalty at the competition.