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Santa Ana Elementary School Tournament Jan. 24

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This is a Elementary School tournament in California.

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Speech and Debate
 2020 Mardi Gras Tournament



This Tournament is only for Public Schools and SAUSD approved Charter Schools.

What: Speech & Debate Tournament

When: January 24th and 25th

Santa Ana High School

520 W Walnut St.

Santa Ana, CA, 92701  

School Tournament Fee - $20.00
Judging Fee - $100.00
Individual Event Fee - $5.00 per event
Team Events: Public Forum, Duo - $10.00

Free Food Provided for Students, Coaches, and Judges 
All entries must be in by January 21st without exception

Drops by January 22nd - No Fee
Late Drop Fees after January 22nd - $10.00
Late Drop Fees after January 23rd - $20.00


Middle School Events (Pattern C)
Extemporaneous Speaking
Public Forum Debate

Elementary Events 
Elementary Oratory
Elementary Declamation
Elementary Informative
Elementary Story Telling
Elementary Prose
Elementary Poetry
Elementary Spanish Poetry

Middle School Events (Pattern A)

Original Oratory, Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Declamation, Duo Interpretation, Spanish Poetry

Middle School Events (Pattern B) 

Informative, Prose, Story Telling, Impromptu, Poetry

General Information:

Each school may enter a maximum of 15 entries for each event. 
Schools will be allowed to enter 10 Lincoln Douglas Debaters per school.

Middle school students may only enter 2 individual events in Patterns A and B.
Students entered in Pattern C (Lincoln Douglas Debate, Extemp)  may NOT double enter.

Elementary students may double enter.

Students advancing to the semi-finals will receive medals. Students in Varsity advancing to the final round will receive a trophy.  Elementary students advancing in the consolation finals and finals will receive medals. Elementary Schools will be awarded three sweepstakes award for the top elementary teams.  Novice students advancing into semi-finals and finals will receive medals. Some events may go straight to finals depending on entry size. 

Lincoln Douglas Debate: 
Resolved: States ought to eliminate their nuclear arsenal


We will provide Intermediate Schools sweepstakes awards for the top five schools and top three small schools.

Sweepstakes Points are as follows:

Middle School Points




1st Place                                  20 pts         

2nd Place                                15 pts          

3rd Place                                  10 pts         

4th Place                                  9 pts          

5th Place                                  8 pts          

6th Place                                  7 pts         

Semi – Finalist                        4 pts          
Quarter – Finalist                    1 pt              

Elementary Points

1st Place              20 pts

2nd Place            18 pts

3rd Place              16 pts

4th Place              14 pts

5th Place              12 pts

6th Place              10 pts

7th Place               9 pts

8th Place               8 pts

9th Place               7 pts

10th Place            6 pts

11th Place            5 pts

12th Place            4 pts

13th Place           3 pts

14th Place           2 pts

Duo Interpretation are double points.



Round 1 - Quotations about beginnings

Round 2 - California Landscapes

Round 3 - Verbs

Semis - Metaphors

Finals - Mythical Characters



Round 1 Global Agriculture

Round 2 International Ocean Politics

Round 3 Ukraine

Semis - Israel and Palestine

Finals - Global Economics



Manager contact information

Salvador Tinajero
Email address: salvador.tinajero@sausd.us
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Mailing address

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