TOCQ

Online Tournament of Champions Qualifying Events

Who: 6th - 8th grade students

Where: In your computer lab

When: 4 different events - see dates below

Cost: $3 per student per test

Awards: 1st - 3rd place award for each grade & subject for each event

Guidelines for the OAAC Online TOCQ

Participating and/or Qualifying at an OAAC TOC qualifier will NOT give a student an advantage at the TOC.

1.) All students taking a test must be monitored at all times. Documentation must be submitted. (sample)

2.) Only students taking the scheduled test(s) for that time period are allowed to be in the testing room during the test. Students may leave the room once their test has been completed.

3.)Students taking multiple tests must wait until the next testing session begins to start their next test.

4.) The tests will be open on the specified dates. Tests may be taken at any time during those dates, within the same test/same time specifications.

2022-23 Schedule.

  • November 14-December 17 November Open Online TOCQ

  • January 9 - 28 - January Open Online TOCQ

  • February 1 - February 25- February Open Online TOCQ

  • March 1 - March 22 - Last Chance Online TOCQ

5.) Students enrolled in the following tests must take the test at the same time the other students in their grade are testing, but not at the same

time students in other grades are taking that subject test.

Grade level mathematics and advanced mathematics

There will be a grade level mathematics test for 6th Grade and 7th Grade and 8th grade will take PreAlgebra. A 6th grade student taking 7th grade math or PreAlgebra will test at the grade level of the mathematics class in which they are enrolled. Students enrolled in advanced mathematics - Algebra I and up will take the test that corresponds with the class in which they are enrolled.

  • Students taking the Mathematics test for 6th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Mathematics test for 7th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Pre Algebra test, regardless of grade, must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Algebra I test, regardless of grade, must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Geometry test, regardless of grade,must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Algebra II test , regardless of grade, must test on the same date at the same time.

Other subject/grade test information.

  • Students taking the Social Studies test for 6th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Social Studies test for 7th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Social Studies test for 8th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Language Arts test for 6th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Language Arts test for 7th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Language Arts test for 8th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Science test for 6th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Science test for 7th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Science test for 8th grade must test on the same date at the same time.

The two exceptions to the same test/grade division are current events and humanities & fine arts.  All students, regardless of grade, from a school district will take the current events test on the same date at the same time and the humanities & fine arts test at the same time.

  • Students taking the Current Events test for 6 - 7 - 8 grade must test on the same date at the same time.

  • Students taking the Humanities & Fine Arts test for 6 - 7- 8 grade must test on the same date at the same time

6.) It is permissible for a district to spread the tests over multiple events. For example: A school might enter their 6-8 current events students, 6th grade mathematics students and 8th grade science students in the November TOCQ then all of their other grade/subject students in January. A school must follow the same test/grade guidelines listed above.

The district may not enter 1 6th grade math student on one tournament date and two 6th grade math students on a different tournament date.

7.) It would be permissible for a student (or students) to take all 6 tests, as long as the same-test-same-time rule was being followed.

7.) Each school will set-up their own time schedule.

8.) A student may only take the OAAC Online test for a specific grade/subject once. A school may attend as many non-OAAC TOCQs as they would like. (Invitationals)

 

TOCQ Enrollment

Please submit entry at least 1 week prior to your testing date.

If you would like a copy to print and fill in by hand or an Excel version, please email me and I will send it to you.

 

 

 

 

Inviational TOCQ Events
 

Here is a list of non-OAAC TOCQ events across the state. Some have vague or no dates because I do not have current information on that tournament.

Several of the invitational tournaments include 3rd, 4th and 5th grade events as well as 6th, 7th and 8th. Younger grade students cannot qualify for TOC without forfeiting their eligibility in the future. However, they can get some great experience!

 

This is not a complete list. If you participate in a scholastic tournament that is not listed below, please send the information to gail at gnbliss@carnegienet.net


Woodall SCORE Competition
For students in 5-8 grade
(5th grade students do NOT qualify to attend TOC)
Lajuana Corbell
918-616-3956
lcorbell@woodall.k12.ok.us
October

Chamberlain Middle School
Angie Siefred
408 E Broadway
Fairview, OK 73737
580-227-2555 - phone
580-227-2642 - fax
angie.seifried@fairviewschools.net
October 22, 2019

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Harrah Middle School

20665 Walker St.
Harrah, OK 73045-9783
405-347-2411 - phone

Grades 6-7-8
November

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ACHIEVE TOC

Hulbert Junior High School

P.O. Box 188
Hulbert, OK 74441-0188
phone

(4th & 5th grade students do NOT qualify to attend TOC)


Grades 4-5-6-7-8
November

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Tahlequah Scholastic Tournament for middle school students hosted by Tahlequah High School Academic Team
6-7-8 grade
Email Chelsea Green, GreenfieldC@tahlequahschools.org GreenfieldC@tahlequahschools.org with questions.
6-8 grade
Date TBD

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S.C.O.R.E.
Stilwell Middle School
12 N. 7th
Stilwell, OK 74960-3299
918-696-2685
Grades 6-7-8
Robynne Paris & Susan Ales (?)
rparris@stilwellk12.org
December

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M.I.S.C. held @ Brink Middle School
6-7-8 grade
Email Mary Brese with questions.
6-8 grade
February 4, 2023

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Stigler TOCQ

Hosted by Stigler MS @ the Vocational Center in Stigler

Contact Brenda Reading

January

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Chisholm Scholastic Meet
Chisholm Middle School
Stacy Buford
4202 W Carrier Rd
Enid, Oklahoma 73703-1019
580-234-0234
580-234-0343
February 23, 2023

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Crossings Middle School Individual Scholastic Meet
Crossings Christian School
Monica Szymanski
14400 North Portland
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73134
(405) 842-8495 school
mszymanski@crossingsschool.org
6 - 7 - 8 grade
February 28, 2023

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Preston Interscholastic Academic Meet
Jon Robertson
jrobertson@preston.k12.ok.us
February

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Clinton Middle School Scholastic Meet
Clinton Middle School
Christy Manhart
PO Box 729
Clinton, OK 73601-0729
580-323-4228 - phone
580-323-3896 - fax
christy.manhart@clintonokschools.org
Grades 6-7-8
March 7, 2023

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Inola Battle of the Brains
Inola Public Schools
Brenda Crutchfield
803 East Commercial Street
Inola, OK 74036-9431
(918) 543-2271
bcrutchfield@inola.k12.ok.us
Grades 3-4-5-6-7-8
March

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ORES
Academic State CLASSIC Competition
Must be a member of ORES
See their website for additional information
ORES weblink
Grades 6-7-8