Judging Processes

In March, judging will take place virtually. In traditional technology fairs students would be interviewed by judges; however, this year that will not take place. To maintain the integrity of this process, there will not be any interaction between the judges and the students during the evaluation process. The judges will be using the folder link to the project and any other information to evaluate.

  • After registration, communication will be distributed via email containing training material and additional information regarding expectations from the Technology Fair Committee.
  • Judges may view the rubrics at the following link: CLICK HERE
  • Judges will be assigned a particular category and grade grouping.
  • Virtual Judging will take place between late February through early March.
  • If judges must collaborate, they will do this virtually.
  • To avoid conflicts of interest, parents/guardians, household members, or teachers/staff of the participant(s) competing are not allowed to judge in the same category/grade grouping of the participant(s) at the DCSD Technology Fair.
  • All decisions made by the judges are final.