HIGH SCHOOL FEUD
An online, city-wide student tournament
MAY 20 to JUNE 10
THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS @ 7pm
You know your high school is the GOAT and now it’s your time to prove it. High School Feud is an online tournament where you and your team will compete against others from across the city to win awesome prizes. Name the most popular responses to student survey questions and you may find yourself in the winner's circle.
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
- Gather a group of 5 friends to create your team
- There can be more than 1 team from your school, and students from different schools can be on the same team
- Reserve your team's spot through the purchase of a $30 entrance fee
- Register your team
- The tournament will run from May 20 to June 10 where teams will be selected at random to go head-to-head
- Teams will be assigned a date for their first-round match up, which will be on either a Thursday or Friday night at 7pm (team captains will receive an email with the date you will be playing along with the link to join)
- If your team wins, you advance to the next round!
- The finals will be streamed live so you can tune in to watch
- Winners will leave with gift cards to your favourite local businesses, and of course, bragging rights
HOW TO PLAY HIGH SCHOOL FEUD
- One member of each team faces the other in a face-off as the host reads a question off the game board
- The team that buzzes in with the correct answer fastest receives control of the board and has the option of playing or passing control to the other team
- The team that has the control must try to reveal all of the correct answers to the question before receiving three strikes
- If the team receives three strikes without clearing the board, control is passed to the other team
- The team that now has the control is able to give one answer in the hopes that it is found on the board
- If it is, points are added to the team’s score
- If not, the other team gets the points
- Points are collected as each team finds answers to the question on the board
- Each team tries to collect the most points. The team with the most points wins the game!
Science North’s Student Science Advisory Council is made up from 15 students from across the City of Greater Sudbury with a passion for science outside of school. The council gives input on exhibit and other science centre experience selection, design, and development and helps to plan student events at the science centre.
Are you an idea-generating Ninja?
Join Science North’s Student Science Advisory Council!
- Ideal for grades 9 to 12.
- Develop your leadership skills.
- Council meetings are once a month after school at Science North.
- This is a paid position.
Students interested in applying for these positions are asked to submit a either a letter (one page) or video (under 3 minutes) that includes their grade and school and expresses why they are interested in being a member of the Student Science Advisory Council and how they could contribute to the success of the council.
Letters and videos (external links to videos are acceptable) are to be sent directly to Amy Henson by emailing henson [at] sciencenorth.ca
STUDENT SCIENCE ADVISORY COUNCIL TERMS OF REFERENCE
Science North is committed to developing new experiences to grow and retain new audiences, including teenagers. The Science North Student Advisory Council is a science advisory council committed to developing a teenager-friendly environment and experience at Science North, Dynamic Earth.
Our mandate is to work collaboratively with Science North teams to improve science experiences for teenagers and inform development and delivery of programs and exhibits.
- Advise Science North how to engage young people during their free time through programs and events at Science North and Dynamic Earth.
- Give input, feedback and ideas on exhibit selection, design and development.
- Give input on other science experience development (films, object theatres, events, etc).
- Give input on onsite business, grounds, and environment.
- Research and plan teen events (event theme, review and approve marketing tactics and materials, help spread the word through their networks on social media).
- Actively participate in student events, bring friends with them, promote events at school. Post on social media during the event.
- Provide feedback on events, exhibits and experience successes and areas in need for improvement.
- COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP
The Science North Student Council membership consists of 15 members representing a diverse group within this community's youth population whether it is culture, language, abilities, religion, gender, sex, and / or age.
- DUTIES OF MEMBERS
- To attend and fully participate in meetings.
- To be informed on roles, responsibilities and activities of the Student Advisory Council.
- To share information/concerns as appropriate.
- To check email, text messages, and Facebook messages at least once a week and respond.
- To notify the Science North Lead (Staff Scientist) if unable to attend meetings. No member shall be absent for more than three consecutive meetings without reasonable cause. The member shall be deemed to have resigned. If a member chooses to resign, a letter of resignation would be requested to outline the reasons and an exit interview would be scheduled.
- Members are required to arrange their own transportation to and from meetings and events.
At the end of the council term, successful members who have not yet reached the age of 18 will be invited to remain on the council for the following year. Members can either accept or decline. New members will be added based on additional spaces and will be recruited in August and September.
- This is a paid position at Science North.
- Build a teenager-friendly environment and experience at Science North, Dynamic Earth and our attractions and services.
- Increase teenager attendance to the science centres and events.
- Develop teenagers that have ownership of their science centre in their community.
- Provide opportunity to build leadership and communication skills.
- Help build better science experiences for my peers.
- Build my leadership and community skills.
- Gain experience working in a community committee.