All event cover pages must be prepared as if the students are going
to national conference June 27-July 1, 2020 in Nashville, TN.
Mary Tran, email@example.com
Susan James, firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants will demonstrate their knowledge of computer science and coding by taking a written test. Semifinalists will further demonstrate their programming knowledge by participating in an on-site programming challenge. Details about the on-site challenge (e.g., programming language to be used and practice problems) can be found on the TSA website under Themes and Problems
Event Guidelines are located on the National TSA website under your chapter advisor login screen, select Total TSA from the drop-down menu.
Entries are limited to two individuals, or two teams of two members per chapter, one entry per individual or team.
*There will be a test taken online March 1-15, 2020 prior to state conference and the top twelve will advance to the finals that will be held onsite. Testing information has been sent directly to your school testing liaison if you set one up with us, in previous years. If you have not sent us that information or you need to change who your liaison is, please send an email to email@example.com Subject line: TSA Testing Liaison, and let me know their name, title, and email address.
Students' devices will be checked to ensure they do not have access to the Internet.
EVENT UPDATES AND CLARIFICATIONS
If the event has any updates they can be located at the national website. Please click the button on the side under "Competition Updates!" to get there.
It is the contestant’s responsibility to check this site and make sure they are using the most up to date information for each contest.
THEMES AND PROBLEMS
If the event has a theme or problem, to be posted before the conference, it will be located at the national website. Please click the button on the side under "Event Themes!" to get there.