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TRIG-STAR CONTEST

Does your public relations lack the attention it should get because you’re so busy working?

Are you concerned with the future of your profession?  Let’s get our youth involved in surveying by sponsoring Trig-Star (a high school trigonometry skill awards program) with your local high school.  The new school year is here and it’s time to get your sponsorship application(s) sent in.  You can sponsor more than one school.

Students of your high school will compete against one another to complete a survey related timed trigonometry test.  Your school winner's test score will also be used for state competition. (State winner will receive $750 and 3 tickets to the SAMSOG Annual Banquet held in August; the  sponsoring teacher will receive $750 and 2 tickets to the SAMSOG Annual Banquet held in August, 2nd place student will receive and teacher will receive $400, and 3rd place student will receive $200 and teacher will receive $200.)  In addition to any awards at the local and state level, the state Trig-Star winner will be eligible to compete for $2,000, $1,000, and $500 scholarship prizes at the national level.
 
SAMSOG has purchased a state license for Trig-Star for the 2015-2016 school year.  There will be NO individual sponsor fees this year.
 
If you are interested in sponsoring Trig-Star, please contact Jim Anderson at (912) 764-2002 or email jima@frontiernet.net
 
I will mail the 2015-2016 test and answers to you.  Please let me know the name of the school or schools you are sponsoring and the test date.  This year we are going to give the entire test and the winner will be determined by the highest score.  If there is a tie in the score, the winner will be determined by the quickest time.  For additional info on Trig-Star, visit this website includes sponsor resources, a plaque order form, and contact people to answer any questions you may have.
 
The deadline for getting all test packets back to me is May 15, 2016.
 
Thank you and good luck!
James M. Anderson, Georgia State Trig-Star Coordinator 
 
Trig-Star is sponsored by NSPS

 

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