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2024 Wolf Technology Summit
Conference of Champions

Wednesday, January 17, 2024

Facility

Lake Hamilton High School Arena

280 Wolf St, Pearcy, AR

Schedule At-A-Glance

Check In

Announcements

Competitions

Lunch

Competitions, cont.

Awards Ceremony*

8:15 am – 8:45 am

8:45 am – 9:00 am

9:00 am - 11:30 am

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

*Physical awards will not be mailed out after the conference. If a chapter leaves before the conclusion of the awards ceremony, their students will still be recognized, but they will not receive a physical award.

Want to volunteer your time or support us financially?

Competition Information

9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Scheduled Timeslots

Competition
Portfolio Evaluated?
Deliverables Evaluated
Presentation Evaluated?
MS Challenging Technology Issues
No
Yes
HS Architectural Design
Yes
CAD or Hand Drawings
Yes
HS Audio Podcasting
No
Recording
Yes
HS Board Game Design
No
Packaging & Board Game
Yes
HS & MS Children's Stories
No
Storybook
Yes
HS Debating Technology Issues
No
Summary of References
Yes
HS Digital Video Production
No
Video
Yes
HS & MS Dragsters
No
Specifications & Time Trials
Yes
HS Drone Challenge
No
"Testing of Drone"
Yes
HS Engineering Design
Yes
Display
Yes
HS Extemporaneous Speech
No
Yes
HS Music Production
No
Recording
Yes
HS Photographic Technology
Yes
Preliminary Round
Yes
HS Prepared Presentation
No
Presentation
Yes
HS & MS Video Game Design
No
Video Game
Yes
9:00 am - 11:30 am
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
HS & MS Technology Problem Solving
HS & MS Technology Bowl Prelims (Test Only)
HS VEX Matches (Skills Only) (Only team members required to be present during a match need to be present all day)
HS & MS Coding
HS Forensic Science Prelims (Test Only)
HS Essays on Technology

Registration

Registration Opens 11/30/23

Registration Closes 1/9/23

  • Registration is $20 per person and includes lunch.

  • No changes may be made (including to team members) and no registrations will be accepted after 5:00 pm on 1/9/24.

  • No refunds will be made after payment is received.

Dress Code: Business Casual

​Dress code will be enforced at the entrance to the Opening and Closing Ceremonies as well as during competitions. Any student, advisor, or guest not adhering to dress code will be denied entrance to the ceremony/competition.

  • Dress code is business casual, which includes:

    • Slacks or business dress pants, khakis, chinos, or knee-length or longer skirts.

    • Button-down shirts, sweaters, blouses, Henley's, or polo shirts

    • Knee-length or maxi dresses

    • Optional cardigans, blazers, or sport coats

    • Closed-toed shoes such as loafers, Oxfords, boots, pumps, or flats

    • Simple, professional accessories such as scarves, belts, or jewelry

  • Please refrain from wearing the following:

    • Shorts

    • Sweatpants

    • Tank tops

    • Crop tops

    • T-shirts

    • Athletic sneakers or tennis shoes

    • Flip-flops

    • Stained or wrinkled clothing

    • Clothing with holes, such as distressed jeans

    • Clothing that is too tight or short

    • Clothing that is oversized or too loose

    • Backless or low-cut tops

    • Clothing with inappropriate logos or text

Source: “Attire Guide: Dress Codes from Casual to White Tie.” Emily Post, www.emilypost.com

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