First, we give a preliminary distribution of all registered jury members by leagues and even by brigades. I emphasize that this distribution is very preliminary. Everyone who has found themselves there should evaluate whether you are ready to work in this format. That is, if the league and the composition of the brigade suits you, then everything is great for everyone else – we will change everything, but properly, that is, not so that twice as many members of the jury fall into one league, or that all members of the jury with experience are distributed unevenly.
All possible changes should be discussed with senior leagues:
the youngest is Kateryna Melnyk (3rd year) and Logvin Angelina (2nd year);
Junior League – Maria Banderas (2nd year) and Kodyrov Zarina (2nd year);
middle league – Andriy Urazovsky (3rd year) and Oleksandra Zhivolovych (3rd year);
senior league – Anastasia Lukyanova (4th year) and Valeriy Targonsky (2nd year);
jury coordinators – Yulia Tikhonravova (3rd year) and Bohdan Rublev.
Jury work on October 30, 2018
If during the week you have not agreed on your move to another league, that is, you remain as a member of the jury of the specified league, then you have 2 options for work.
Senior jury members in the senior and middle league arrive at 8:30 a.m.
Members of the jury of the senior and middle leagues arrive no later than 9:00 (you can get acquainted with the tasks of the oral team olympiad). These jury members work until about 1 p.m.
Senior jury members in the junior and youngest leagues arrive at 12 p.m.
The jury members of the junior and youngest leagues arrive no later than 12:30 (you can get acquainted with the tasks of the oral team olympiad). These jury members work until about 4 p.m.
If jury members have enough time or/and desire to work longer, they can work from 9:00 to 16:00, helping colleagues from other leagues.
Potential unsealed jury members
If you do not have time to register with our jury, or you will not be able to work at each event, then join as you can – at individual events or for a certain time. Most importantly, warn about your participation in senior leagues, or other jury leaders (see above) so that we can take advantage of your help in the best possible way. It is clear that this primarily concerns our high school students, graduates, postgraduates, etc., who actively participated in the work of the jury in the past years.
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