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February 2019

Interactive Application Contest

February 4 - March 8

Summary A team of 2 SkillsUSA students from a program covering game and/or software development can create an original game or application during the same school year as the competition. The team will be judged on both their concept and the execution of their technical skills. Up to four other students from the program can provide assistance (e.g., a team of 2 programmers can received assistance with art assets from up to 4 peers Scoring CATEGORY MAX PTS Planning, Concept…

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Restaraunt Service Contest

February 6 @ 12:00 am

  Flatware should be set approximately 1” from the edge of the table. Dinner Fork and Dinner Knife should be approximately 12” apart.              

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Preschool Teaching Contest

February 6 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Early Childhood Education - Arrival at 7:00 AM *7:15 – 7:30 Judges Introductions & Schedule Explanation* Purpose The contestant’s ability to plan and present an activity for preschool age children that relates to a basic concept within a specific curriculum area and demonstrates general knowledge of quality child care will be evaluated. Clothing Requirements Men must wear: Official SkillsUSA white polo shirts, black dress slacks, black socks, and black shoes. Women must wear: Official SkillsUSA white polo shirts, black dress…

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Digital Cinema Contest

February 7 - March 8

MAINE SKILLS USA 2019 DIGITAL CINEMA PRODUCTION CONTEST GUIDELINES National standards for Digital Cinema Production will be followed for the state contest as closely as possible. Those standards include: clothing requirement and eligibility, team of two entrants, two teams per registered SkillsUSA Maine school. No content-specific test will be administered.   Contest Committee Chair: James Harmon, Sanford Regional Technical Center Email: jharmon2@sanford.org Cell: 207.205.6066   Chief Judge: Shawn Sullivan Sixth-year judge of the Sanford International Film Festival, writer, film critic…

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Audio Production Contest

February 8

Contest overview: (from the national standards) Students are to fully produce (plan, write, voice, record, edit, render, etc.) a four-minute radio production such as a PSA, NPR-style soundscape, sound-rich/NPR-style news story, sound and interview only news story, etc. A 30-second ad spot will be produced and inserted into the production. The complete production requires students to demonstrate their ability to plan a project that meets a specific prompt and run time; gather, edit and mix a variety of audio sources;…

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Nurse Assisting Letter Contest

February 10

SKILLSUSA STATE COMPETITION PACKET FOR NURSING ASSISTING Dear Nursing Assisting Contestant,          The Nursing Assisting SkillsUSA Event will be held at United Technologies Center in the Health Suite on the second floor. This year, we will use a similar program to previous year’s events. Please refer to the SkillsUSA Website for clothing requirements as well as for all of the necessary equipment, core standards and skills. The Nurse Assisting Competition will include:  A 50 question multiple choice…

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March 2019

State Leadership Skills Conference

March 7 - March 8
Eastern Maine Community College, United Technologies Center
Cross Center, Bangor, ME United States
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Culinary Arts Contest

March 8

The contest will be a little different this year. Traditionally recipes have been sent out prior to the contest. This year, instead of a predetermined menu, there will be a “mystery” basket for every contestant. All baskets will be the same as well as a stocked pantry for all to use from. Some items will be labeled for identification, other will not be labeled. The contest will focus on cooking methods and processes not just practicing the same old recipes.…

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