Seeking Varsity Debaters as Judges for Middle School Tournament One – Judge Trainings Required

We’re looking for high school student judges for our first Middle School debate tournament on Saturday. Please check the

  • T1 Schedule for Saturday October 27th at Chicago Ag (Conference “A”) and CICS Ralph Ellison (Conference “AA”)
  • Our two tournament locations are:

    Conference “A”
    Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences
    3857 W. 111th St.
    Chicago, IL

    Conference “AA”
    CICS Ralph Ellison School
    1817 W. 80th St.
    Chicago, IL

    Coaches from any CDL school may register Varsity debaters who are interested in judging at these tournaments with David by Thursday evening, October 25th and he’ll let coaches know which students are hired and for which site.

    Pay is $40/day for judging at CMSDL tournaments and only judges who are reliable, on-time, and supportive of younger debaters will be allowed to continue as judges.

    Please note below that they must attend a judge training in order to be hired – those who have attended a judge training last year are certified to judge. We have two more opportunities for High School Varsity debaters to get trained to judge this week – coaches may register students by e-mailing Davidsong@resources.chicagodebates.org

    10/23: Middle School Judge Training Workshop — 5:00pm – 6:30pm (intended for high school debaters)

    Loyola University Chicago School of Law
    Room 306
    25 E. Pearson St.
    Chicago, IL

    10/25: Middle School Judge Training Workshop — 4:45 – 6:15pm (intended for high school debaters)

    Alcott High School for Humanities
    Room 307
    2957 N. Hoyne
    Chicago, IL

    10/25: Middle School Judge Training Workshop — 5:00pm – 6:30pm (intended for high school debaters)

    Brooks College Prep
    Room 131
    250 E. 111th St.
    Chicago, IL

    The next Middle School Judge training following Tournament One will be on November 20th, prior to CMSDL Tournament Two.

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