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Many of the events listed in this category have separate entry forms and extended information. Please make sure to read all instructions.
In order to give each performer a fair amount of time, each school may only enter one duet for this event. Participants present a memorized four to six minute selection from a serious or humorous play. Click here for contest details. Ribbons will be awarded.
Individuals or small groups may present piano, other instrument or vocal numbers. Each school may enter two individuals in piano, two individuals or groups in other instruments, and two individuals or groups in vocal. Judges will provide feedback to each entry with a written evaluation and suggestions. Ribbons will also be presented to participants. Click here for demonstration details and entry form. Concordia Scholarships of $500 each will be awarded the Top Music Demonstration Finalist in Instrumental, Piano, and Vocal Divisions.
Any individual or group science project may be entered. Students must set up their own displays; tables will be provided. Two projects from each grade level may be entered. Click here for project details and entry form.
Two students from each grade level may enter. Each participant will prepare a three minute (maximum and minimum) informative speech on one of the topics listed on the Speech Contest Information page. Critiques and Ribbons will be awarded.
A team is made up of one 6th, one 7th, and one 8th grader from each school. A school may enter as many teams as needed. Each team will have read five books prior to the competition and will be asked a series of questions about these particular books. Winners will be decided based on the points scored during the competition. Winning schools will be announced during the Cosing Ceremony.
This is a unique event, as any student in grades 6-8 may enter whether or not he/she is present at Field Day. Entries must be received at the University by MARCH 28th. All winning entries will be displayed at online of the Field Day website and the best writings will be awarded ribbons and compiled into a booklet available on Field Day. All results will be posted online. Click here for contest details and entry information.
All students are encouraged to exhibit art work of various media as well as photography. Students should take their art work and photography exhibits to the Lobby of Building B for display. Please click here to read instructions and regulations for this event. Each school is asked to have one adult responsible for setting up and picking up their art work immediately following the Closing Ceremony. Concordia makes every effort to protect all work, but cannot take responsibility for it. Ribbons will be awarded.