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Hi Everyone,

Another great day of Olympiad competition is in the books! Remember to check www.historyolympiad.com/iho2015 for the updates on results and the medals table.

The only update to pass along is that if you are parking on campus, you can do so tomorrow only in Faculty and Staff spaces. Otherwise, here are the schedules (by division now!) in terms of where to be and when for tomorrow. You can download the attached PDFs of these as well if you want to print them and take them with you – they will also be posted soon to the website and in front of Sadler as usual.

JV Schedule for Sunday, July 12

  1. History of Science (Eagle) – 8:30am

Please meet in front of Sadler at 8:00-8:15! We will walk together. If you can get to the rooms on your own, that’s up to you, but we strongly recommend being in front of Sadler at 8:00-8:15.

 

  1. Recent History (Griffin)- 10am

If you are not playing in the History of Science, please be at Sadler at 9:45am. We’ll then go over to the rooms together. If you can get to the rooms on your own, that’s up to you, but we strongly recommend being in front of Sadler at 9:45.

  1. Lunch- starts at 11:30am

 

  1. Classical final (Chesapeake B)- 12:15pm
    Finalists: John Connor, Jonathan Ralstin, Helen Kwong, Jaya Alagar, Luke Tierney
  2. Rock final (Chesapeake B)- 12:40pm
    Be in your rooms at 12:30pm.
  3. Colonial Williamsburg – Entire JV Division- 1:15pm

Meet in Chesapeake A at 1:15! This is compulsory.

  1. Dinner- From 5pm
  2. Science Bee Final (Chesapeake B)- 6:15pm

 

  1. Recent Final (Chesapeake B) – 6:45pm

 

  1. Medal ceremony- 7:00pm

For Civilization, Science and Recent

  1. Bowl- 7:30pm

We will leave as soon as the medal ceremony is over.

Middle School Schedule for Sunday, July 12

  1. History of Science (Griffin)- 8:30am

Please meet in front of Sadler at 8:00-8:15! We will walk together.

 

  1. Recent History (Griffin) -10am

If you are not playing in the History of Science, please be at Sadler at 9:45am. We’ll then go over to the rooms together

 

  1. Lunch- starts at 11:30am

  2. Classical final (Chesapeake C)- 12:15pm
    Finalists: Daniel Ma, John Phipps, Chansol Park, Grace Tran, Hari Parameswaran
  3. Rock final (Chesapeake C)- 12:40pm
  4. Civilization (Fauquier) -1:30pm

Meet in Chesapeake A at 1:15!

 

  1. Dinner- From 5pm
  2. Science Bee Final (Chesapeake C)- 6:15pm

 

  1. Recent Final (Chesapeake C) – 6:45pm

 

  1. Medal ceremony- 7:00pm

For Civilization, Science and Recent

  1. Bowl- 7:30pm

We will leave as soon as the medal ceremony is over.

 

 

Varsity Schedule for Sunday, July 12

  1. History of Science (Chesapeake) – 8:30am

Please be in your rooms at 8:20.

 

  1. Recent History (Chesapeake) – 10am

Please be in your rooms by 9:50.

 

  1. Simulation (Gooch) – 10am
    Those who are playing in History of Science and the simulation will do the History of Science first, then be escorted back to the Sadler Center, where you’ll meet the rest of the group at 10:00. If you’re not doing the History of Science, please be at Sadler at 9:45am. We’ll then go over to the Simulation room (Gooch common room) together. After lunch, go back to the Simulation room, there is no need to come back to Sadler.

    4. Lunch- starts at 11:30am

 

  1. Classical final (Chesapeake A) -12:15pm
    Finalists: Eric Rosenthal, Bruce Lou, Ben Koppel, Brandon Shull, Hunter Wotruba

    5. Rock final (Chesapeake A)- 12:40pm
  2. Ancestry (Chesapeake A)- 1:30pm
    Meet in Chesapeake A at 1:15!
    let help@historyolympiad.com know if you are interested in participating in Ancestry (but then you need to bring your laptop), as we only have very few participants so far.
  3. Trade (Chesapeake B)- 1:30pm
    Meet in Chesapeake B at 1:15!

    8. Dinner- From 5pm

  4. Science Bee Final – Chesapeake A – 6:15pm

 

  1. Recent Final – Chesapeake A- 6:45pm

 

  1. Medal ceremony- 7:00pm

For Civilization, Science and Recent History

  1. Bowl- 7:30pm

We will leave in groups as soon as the medal ceremony is over.

 

Thanks for your help, and good luck!

Best,

David

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