Each team needs the help of three adults to assist on the day of The Reading Games
How Can Parents Get In On The Fun?
Each team needs three separate volunteers:
1. An adult Team Leader. The Team Leader will be responsible for registering the team and is also the sole “point person” who will receive all communications from The Reading Games Committee for that team. The Team Leader is responsible for disseminating that information to all team members and their parents. The Team Leader should also help the team organize a way to meet and collaborate regularly, share/save book notes, and prepare for the competition.
2. An additional adult Team Chaperone for the day of the tournament. The Team Leader and additional Team Chaperone must stay with the team at all times during the competition, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on March 10, 2018.
3. A Team Volunteer (who must be a high-school aged child or adult) for the day of the tournament. The Team Volunteer will be assigned a role at The Reading Games tournament such as a scorekeeper or moderator so must be someone other than the Team Leader or Team Chaperone. Please note that the Team Volunteer will not be with his/her team the day of The Reading Games competition and will need to be available from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on March 10, 2018.
How Else Can I Help?
The Reading Games Committee needs volunteers to help get things organized and to make sure The Reading Games tournament runs smoothly! Electronic volunteer sign-up will open in early November.
Please note, due to space constraints, there are no spectators allowed at The Games. If you wish to attend The Reading Games, you can do so by volunteering.