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 2014 OAP & Academic Events
     
       One-Act Play Directors' Workshop... 
               October 3 & 4, 2014       

Teachers can earn 8 hours G/T credit and learn from the best! They will experience a weekend filled with learning new techniques, gathering ideas for the classroom, and collaborating with other theatre teachers focused on building a successful program.

Contact: 
Karen Ray  or Billie Gonzalez  806.742.2350
   
   
     "Fall Fandango" Academic Meet...
               
November 8, 2014

                        
Meet Results
            
       

 
Academic competition for high school students in all events with the exception of speech & debate.

Contact:
Jack Barton 806.742.2350
   
   
       "Christmas at Tech" Math & Science Meet...
                    
December 6, 2014
                       
                       
 Suggested Parking
         
Academic competition for high school students in number sense, calculator, math, and science.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
   
   

 
   "Red Raider Classic" Academic Meet...
                   
 January 17, 2015
                                        (all UIL events except no Speech)

      
 
Academic competition for high school students in all events with the exception of speech & debate.

Contact: Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
   
   

   
"Fearless Champions" Math & Science Meets... February 28, 2015
                                       

          
Academic competition for high school students in number sense, calculator, math, and science.

Contact:
Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
   
 
 2015 Spring Meets...
 
   5A Regional UIL One-Act Play...
        
                                            
                 
  State OAP Web Site     
                    
The 5A One-Act Play contest is a competition of six schools that advance out of Area who present an 18-40 minute play to a panel of three judges.
The 5A regional competition is held on a single day and is open to the public.

Contact:  Karen Ray  or Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
   4A Regional UIL One-Act Play...
                                

                   
        State OAP Web Site
                                         

The 4A One-Act Play contest is a competition of six schools that advance out of Area who present an 18-40 minute play to a panel of three judges.
The 4A regional competition is held on a single day and is open to the public.

Contact:  Karen Ray  or Billie Gonzalez  806.742.2350
 
 
   5A Regional UIL Academic Meets... April 24-25, 2015
               
              
                  
       State Academic Web Site
                    
Regional 5A Academic Competition in UIL Accounting, Calculator Applications, Computer Applications, Computer Science, Current Issues and Events, Literary Criticism, Mathematics, Number Sense, Ready Writing, Science, Social Studies, Spelling and Vocabulary, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Editorial Writing, Feature Writing, Headline Writing, and News Writing.

Contact:   Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
 
 
   4A Regional UIL Academic Meets... April 24-25, 2015
             
                         State Academic Web Site
                  
Regional 4A Academic Competition in UIL Accounting, Calculator Applications, Computer Applications, Computer Science, Current Issues and Events, Literary Criticism, Mathematics, Number Sense, Ready Writing, Science, Social Studies, Spelling and Vocabulary, Poetry Interpretation, Prose Interpretation, Editorial Writing, Feature Writing, Headline Writing, and News Writing.

Contact:  Billie Gonzalez 806.742.2350
 
     Summer Camp Handbook...  Information that regulates campers conduct and participation.
General items include registration, travel, housing, packing tips,
parking, safety guidelines, conduct, emergencies and participation
agreement.
    Summer Theatre & Technical Camps... July 5-18, 2015
                 
               
A fourteen day summer camp for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to sharpen their acting skills during auditions, classes, and rehearsals that culminate in a final performance directed by an award winning director.  Also, a ten day summer camp for 8th grade through high school students who want experience in set building, costuming, lights and sound, and stage management.

Contact:  Karen Ray  806-778-2275 or 806-742-2350
    Summer Journalism Camp... July 15-18, 2015
               
A four day summer camp for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to improve their skills in Editorial, Feature, News, and Headline Writing.

Contact:  Billie Gonzalez 806-742-2350

   Summer Math & Science Camp... July 14-18, 2015
                        
 
              
A five day summer camp with the opportunity for 8th grade through high school students and teachers to gain skills, knowledge, and a better understanding of how to become a better UIL competitor in number sense, calculator, math, and science.

Contact:  Jack Barton or Billie Gonzalez  806.742.2350
 
   Summer Camp Scholarships... 
             
The Texas Tech UIL scholarship committee reviews Student scholarship applications and may award financial aid to attend the Texas Tech UIL summer camps based on student need and merit. 
Comments and Suggestions are Encouraged!
 Billie Gonzalez
Academic Coordinator of UIL

Texas Tech University
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