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1 TABLE OF CONTENTS K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book Technology K-12 Competition This is a division specific edition of the 2016 K-12 Competition Rules and Premiums. There are additional rules and regulations that you must abide by if you choose to enter the competition. Click here for the entire premium book which includes the additional information you are responsible for. Minnesota State Agricultural Society Rules.2 Staff....7 Special Rules For All Divisions Individual Exhibits...10 Technology Education...14 EDUCATION BUILDING The Education Department offers a one-stop shopping opportunity for fair visitors. The exhibits include the private and public two year and four year colleges and private trade schools in Minnesota. These exhibits give the fair visitor an opportunity to compare programs, services and costs. Financial aid information is also available for parents and prospective students of the colleges and universities. Other exhibits focus on environment, health care and government information services. Fair visitors entering the building usually leave more informed on issues facing students, parents, grandparents and the public in general. GRANTS - AWARDS - PREMIUMS To acknowledge the talents, skills, and dedication of those students participating in the various activities in the Education Building the following special awards are offered: Individual Education COMPAS, an organization that strengthens people and communities in Minnesota by engaging them in creating art, will award $20 and a rosette for first prize and $10 and a rosette for second prize to two visual arts exhibitors from each of the following: Division 1A, 1B, 1C & 1D. Prize money will be awarded directly to the exhibitor from COMPAS. Technology Education The Minnesota Technology & Engineer Education Association..$300 Cummins Power Generation, providing the awards for the Minnesota State Fair Robotics Competition CONTACT INFORMATION TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Prior to Aug. 15 and after Sept. 8 (Competition Office) Aug. 15 Sept. 8 (education Office) WEBSITE: 1

2 K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book Education Superintendent..Florence Newton Assistant Superintendent, Individual Exhibits...Andrea Johnson Assistant Superintendent, Technology Exhibits Sharon Manninen Assistant Superintendent, Operations.....Dave Seaberg Board Liaison....Joe Fox, Maplewood The Minnesota State Fair pays in excess of $1.2 million in cash awards in its agriculture, horticulture, education and creative contests. SPECIAL RULES FOR ALL DIVISIONS 1. ENTRY INFORMATION. A. ONLINE REGISTRATION for INDIVIDUALS and FAMILIES. Available for all Education divisions except Agricultural Technology, beginning Monday, May 2. Online registration closes at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9. By entering online, your entry forms and tags will be completed electronically and will be available when your article(s) are delivered. Entry forms will not be sent to exhibitors. Follow the procedure below: 1) Visit the Minnesota State Fair website at 2) Click on Competition & Contests choose Enter a Competition and select the link for K-12 Competition. You only need to create one account for ALL the exhibitors you wish to register using your address. You do not have to create a separate account for each individual. Once you have created your account, you may login as often as you wish until you complete your registration. Follow the instructions to fill in your contact information and add the Classes you intend to enter. You must go through the online entry process separately for each student using your account. If a student has entries in multiple Classes, please submit them all at one time. 3) On the summary page, review your selected Classes. Once you are satisfied with your entries and before the above deadline, be sure to click Confirm Registration to complete your online registration. 4) Before you register your items make sure you ADD DESCRIPTIONS to ALL entries. 5) You will receive an confirmation of your entries. Print a copy of your registration confirmation. If you do not receive confirmation within 24 hours, please call (651) to confirm. 6) Exhibitors must bring their registration confirmation with their entry. B. ONLINE REGISTRATION for TEACHERS submitting multiple STUDENTS. Online registration will close at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9. By entering online, your entry forms and tags will be completed electronically and the tags will be mailed to the address you provide or will be available when your article(s) are delivered. Entry forms will not be sent to exhibitors. Follow the additional procedures below: 1) Click on Competition & Contests choose Enter a Competition and select the link for K-12 Competition. Create an account using your address and please be sure to indicate you are a teacher. Once you have created an account, you may login as often as you wish until you complete all the registrations for your students. 2) At the bottom of the account creation page, please enter your name and the address to which you want the entry tags mailed. 3) Please choose or type the name of your school carefully. Use the school s full name (please do not abbreviate). What you enter here is what will be displayed when the results are posted as well as on the entry tags and forms. 4) Only enter five (5) students per grade/class. See page 14 for Technology Exhibits restrictions. You should act as first judge and enter only those worthy of merit. 5) Enter each student individually. You must go through the online entry process separately for each student using your account. If a student has entries in multiple Classes, please submit them all at one time. 6) On the summary page, review your selected classes. Once you are satisfied with your entries and before the above deadline, be sure to click Confirm Registration to complete your online registration. 7) Before you register your items make sure you ADD DESCRIPTIONS to ALL entries. 8) You will receive separate confirmation(s) for each of your students. Print a copy of your registration confirmation(s). If you do not receive confirmation within 24 hours, please call (651) to confirm. 9) Exhibitors must bring their registration confirmation with their entry. 7

3 K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book C. IN PERSON REGISTRATION. When registering in person during the delivery dates and times, the three-part entry forms will be filled in by the department, and an entry form receipt will be issued. 2. DELIVERY OF EXHIBITS. A. STANDARD IN PERSON DELIVERY. Please read and follow instructions on page 9 for delivery of entries. Exhibits will be accepted at the Education Building, 1372 Cosgrove Street, during times and dates listed below. Exhibitors who registered online must bring their registration confirmation with their entry. Exhibitors may also register in person on dates of delivery. 1) INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS. Entries accepted between 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., Aug. 15 and 16. 2) TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITS. Exhibitors in Technology Exhibits should follow the same rules as those for Individual Exhibits. 3) AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY. The information for the Agriculture Technology participants has been relocated to the FFA book. Which can be found at if you have any further question please call the Competition Office at (651) B. DELIVERY BY MAIL. Articles sent by mail or express should be addressed to the Education Department, Minnesota State Fair, 1265 Snelling Ave. N., St. Paul, MN The sender s name and address must be plainly written upon the outside. A list of the articles being sent and the sender s name and address must be enclosed; STUDENTS NAME MUST BE ON PROJECT. Express and parcel post charges are the responsibility of the sender. Directions for return shipment should be given, and money orders or checks must be enclosed to cover shipping costs. Do not send stamps! All large and heavy packages should be sent to the fair by prepaid freight, and must have prior approval from the Competition Department before August 17 delivery. Each package should be clearly marked as containing exhibits for the K-12 Competition Department, Minnesota State Fair. C. EARLY IN PERSON DELIVERY. Exhibitors unable to bring exhibits to the Education Building on the dates listed above may bring them beforehand to the Competition Office in the Admin Too Building, 1312 Cosgrove Street, on the fairgrounds between the hours of 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, prior to the division s entry delivery dates, starting Monday, July 11. STUDENTS NAME MUST BE ON PROJECT. Please note delivery instructions on page JUDGING. A staff of competent judges will be selected for each competitive division. Decisions of the judges will be final. Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless articles are deemed worthy of merit. If no competition exists and an article is not worthy of a first premium, the judge may award a lesser premium or NO premium at all, according to his or her judgment. All announcements of winners will be made through the superintendent s office. The list of the names of winners in each class and class will also be available on the Minnesota State Fair website at as they become available, beginning at 8 a.m. on the first day of the fair, unless we are contacted by a parent indicating otherwise. For information on contacting the Education Department, please see the contact information on page INSTALLATION of EXHIBITS. Installation and removal of exhibits at the conclusion of the fair is the responsibility of the Education building staff. 5. REMOVAL of EXHIBITS. IMPORTANT NOTICE: TO AVOID CONFUSION, NO ENTRIES MAY BE PICKED UP PRIOR TO DES- IGNATED RELEASE DATES & TIMES. Exhibits must be removed from the Education Building between 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., WEDNES- DAY and THURSDAY, Sept. 7 and 8. Please see map on page 9. Exhibitors MUST present entry form receipts for exhibits. No exhibits will be released without entry form receipt. Appointments for exhibit removal other than dates and times listed above must be made through the Competition Department (651) , after September 8, All entries must be picked up by December 31, 2016 at 4:30 p.m. AFTER such date, the Fair reserves the right to destroy or dispose of non-claimed items at its discretion. Each person who enters an item at the fair does so on the condition and with the understanding that he or she forfeits any and all legal rights and claims to his or her entered items that is not picked up by the deadlines described in this section. Note: Exhibitors MUST present entry form receipts for exhibits. NO exhibits will be released without entry form receipt. 8

4 DIVISION 2 - TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITS K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book Entries will be accepted from students enrolled in Technology Education classes in any Minnesota school. Post-high school and vocational classes are not eligible. Exception, exhibitors in photography (classes 8-13) DO NOT need to be enrolled in a technology education class to enter. 2. When the items to be entered are created as a project at school, the teacher should act as first judge and enter only those that are worthy of the merit. Instructors teaching multiple classes of the same subject matter may enter up to five items per division/class (i.e. teaching three 7th grade classes of Game Design could enter a total of 15 in that grade/class). 3. All entries will be classified by the local authorized person, however the Assistant Superintendent reserves the right to reclassify any item in the best interest of the student. 4. Entries must be limited to one (1) item per student in any one class. Acceptance of an exhibit does not ensure display of the exhibit due to the limitation of space. 5. ENTRY Information and delivery of exhibits. A. ONLINE REGISTRATION. Available beginning Monday, May 2. Online registration will close at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 9. Follow the procedure outlined on page 7. B. In person Registration. Exhibitors may also register in person on date of delivery. C. DELIVERY OF EXHIBITS. Exhibits will be accepted at the Education Building, 1372 Cosgrove Street, during times and dates listed below. 1) All technology entries must be delivered Aug. 15 and 16. Exhibits will be accepted at the Education Building Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 15 and 16, between 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. Exhibitors must follow the delivery procedures as outlined on page 9. 2) Exhibitors unable to bring exhibits to the Education Building on one of these days may bring them to the Competition Office in the Admin Too Building, 1312 Cosgrove Street, between the hours of 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday, prior to Aug. 9, starting, Monday, July 11. Solar boats and high mileage vehicles should be entered in Class 28 Group Projects. Exhibitors may be asked to participate in the parade during the fair. If you would like to participate please talk to one of the staff when you bring in your vehicle. 6. ENTRY PREPARATION. A. All items which are smaller than 5 x 7 should be suitably mounted to prevent loss. B. Fragile items should be protected by a display case or box. We cannot be responsible for damage. C. Metal items which may rust should be coated with oil or lacquer. D. See page for Technology Exhibits category descriptions. E. NO FRAMED PHOTOS/ARTWORK ACCEPTED. Projects in classes: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 must be either 5 x 7, 8 x 10, or 11 x 14 and mounted securely on a piece of suitable 8 x 10 or 11 x 14 mat. Example: F. All digital artwork and graphic communication items must be mounted on poster board no larger than 11 x 14. Entry should consist of a single piece of work done by an individual student. Items which are printed on more than one side must be mounted to show all sides up. In addition to the mechanical perfection of a specimen, considerable thought should be given to its design, selection of materials, overall artistic effect to be obtained, and suitability of specimen for intended purpose. G. Identification. A strip of masking tape shall be placed securely and neatly on the item to be entered and shall be clearly identifiable, placed neatly on the item and will contain the following information: Student s Name City School Grade Instructor s Name 7. JUDGING. Competent, impartial judges will use the following general criteria for evaluating each entry. Each class that has over 14

5 10 entries will be subdivided into groups of 10 alphabetically by last name. A. Simplicity - Simple and direct solution to a problem. B. Honesty - Utilizing the maximum characteristics of the materials. C. Originality - Creative and logical solution to a problem. D. Workmanship - Obvious excellence at students level. E. Function - Clearly defined usefulness. F. Structure - Reflects good engineering practices. K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book REMOVAL of EXHIBITS. IMPORTANT NOTICE: TO AVOID CONFUSION, NO ENTRIES MAY BE PICKED UP PRIOR TO DES- IGNATED RELEASE DATES & TIMES. Exhibits must be removed from the Education Building between 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Sept. 7 and 8. Exhibitors MUST present entry form receipts for exhibits. No exhibits will be released without entry form receipt. Appointments for exhibit removal other than dates and times listed above must be made through the Competition Department (651) , after September 10, All entries must be picked up by December 31, 2015 at 4:30 p.m. AFTER such date, the Fair reserves the right to destroy or dispose of non-claimed items at its discretion. Each person who enters an item at the fair does so on the condition and with the understanding that he or she forfeits any and all legal rights and claims to his or her entered items that is not picked up by the deadlines described in this section. 9. PREMIUMS and PRIZE MONEY. A. Individual Exhibitor Awards. Cash and ribbons will be given according to the exhibition schedule for each class of the Technology Education individual exhibits subdivision as follows: Classes 1-17, 19-20, First prize $7 Second prize $6 Third prize $5 Fourth prize $4 Fifth prize $3 Classes 18, First prize in each class and division $30 Second prize in each class and division $25 Third prize in each class and division $20 Fourth prize in each class and division $15 Fifth prize in each class and division $10 B. Technology Education Sweepstakes. One each class A - G. Prize: $ Special Awards - Technology EXHIBITS The Minnesota Technology and Engineering Education Association (MTEEA) is offering a $300 scholarship to any category that emphasizes technology in its presentation or creation. The winner of this scholarship will be awarded the grant after completing one quarter of post secondary education. To qualify for this award, the student s instructor must be a member of MTEEA. Cummins Power Generation, Fridley, Minn. will provide the awards for the winners of the Minnesota State Fair Robotics Competition Robotics Competition If you enter in classes 18 or 21 and are interested in participating in the Robotics Competition during the fair please contact Sharon Manninen directly at (651) or (651) as soon as possible. The competition is scheduled each day of the fair at 10 a.m., noon, and 3 p.m. Sharon will schedule teams on a first come, first served basis with only 33 slots available. 15

6 K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book Project Division: Class (one item per student per class) Grade: 2A 4-6 2B 7 2C 8 2D 9 2E 10 2F 11 2G 12 Information and Communications 1 Engineering/ Mechanical design: CAD or hand 2 Architectural: CAD or hand/architectural models 3 Engineering/3D Modeling: printed model with plans 4 Computer graphics: composite and collage 5 Computer graphics: original art/illustrated design 8 Photography people/portrait: black and white or color 9 Photography animal photography: black and white or color 10 Photography nature and outdoors: black and white or color 11 Photography landscape/cityscape: black and white or color 12 Photography altered/experimental: black and white or color 13 Photography photojournalism: black and white or color 14 Screen printing/sublimation: one color 15 Screen printing/sublimation: multi-color Electronics and Energies 16 Electricity: wiring 17 Electronics: electronic buzzer, ringer, small robot (no legos) 18 Robotics: electronics Manufacturing Technologies 19 General plastics: clocks and other 20 General metals: sheet/ machining/ welding 21 Robotics: engineering/ construction 22 Woodworking: large furniture 23 Woodworking: small furniture 24 Wood working: not furniture Construction Technologies 25 Group projects: home displays** Transportation 26 Cars: CO2 or compressed air 27 Rocketry and flight Other Projects Not listed 28 Group projects: solar boat/ supermileage** 29 Group Projects: anything creative and interesting in tech-ed** **Group Projects: Enter under one (1) name and one (1) entry number ONLY. DIVISION 2 SE FOR STUDENTS FROM SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSES Class 2 SE: Use the same division number and class number as the grade level Ex: 7 th grade special education student entering Photography nature and outdoors would be listed as 2BSE10 on the entry tag 16

7 MTEEA 2015 CATEGORY DESCRIPTIONS K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book NOTE: All photo entries in Project Classes 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 must be either 5 x 7, 8 x 10, or 11 x 14 and mounted securely on a piece of suitable 5 x 7, 8 x 10 or 11 x 14 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Information and Communications Engineering/Mechanical design: Mechanical Engineer designers apply their knowledge to design all types of machines and their components using CAD Software. CAD stands for computer Aided Design. It is used to produce design documentation in manufacturing, including product drawing, paperwork and 3D models. CAD designers are expected to draw up designs accurately and meticulously and to have acquired thorough understanding of their CAD Software. CAD software is used to create drawings or photo renderings for C02 Cars or Rockets. Students should submit drawings and pictures of their finished project. The drawings should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. Architectural: The student will design and draw, by hand or using CAD Software, a complete set of original plans for a house of his or her own design. Upon completion of the course, the student will have drawn the foundation, floor plans, elevations, wall section, stair design, door/window schedules, and either a two-point perspective or 3D model of their house design. CAD software is used to create drawings for a residential home design. Students should submit drawings for their home. The drawings should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. Engineering/3D Modeling: Students work to design and fabricate a part that will meet the specific needs or hypothetical needs of something used in society. Students will identify a problem and use hand or CAD drawing and 3D model/prototype to display their solution. CAD software is used to create working drawings, including bridges, will submit drawings showing the work. Students working with a 3D Printer will submit drawings and a photo of the finished product or part. The drawings should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. Computer Graphics: composite and collage. Students should submit a finished project. The project should combine text and graphics to communicate an effective message through the design of logos, graphics, brochures, newsletter, posters, signs and any other type of visual communications that is created from two or more computer designs. The project should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. See mounting instructions from the State Fair. 5 x 7, 8 x 10 or 11 x 14 mat. Computer Graphics: original art/illustrated design. Students should submit a finished project that shows their own creation using their computer software. The drawing should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. 5 x 7, 8 x 10 or 11 x 14 mat. Photography people/portrait: black and white or color. Students should remember that people pictures fall into two categories: portrait of candid. Either can be made with or without your subject s awareness and cooperation. Students should submit a finished project (one item) (darkroom or digital in either black & white or color). A, 5 x 7, photograph may be mounted on an 8 x 10 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Photography animal photography: black and white or color. You know your pet better tan anyone else, and a successful picture is one that conveys the character of its subject. If you have a lazy cat, show him/her yawning. It your animal is a playful type, show him/her in action performing his favorite trick. Students should submit a finished project (one item) (darkroom or digital in either black & white or color). A, 5 x 7, photograph may be mounted on an 8 x 10 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Photography nature and outdoor: black and white or color. This category specializes in nature, landscape, travel, and general outdoor photography. Pick certain things to take pictures of like do you want to focus most on birds, flowers, trees, water, remains, etc. Students should submit a finished project (one item) (darkroom or digital in either black & white or color). A, 5 x 7, photograph may be mounted on an 8 x 10 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Photography landscape or cityscape: black and white or color. Enjoyable landscape photography might come from being out when normal people are not. Which might mean you are out very early, very late, in stormy weather or when it is colder than most humans find enjoyable. A perfect cityscape might combine three characteristics: a great city, an iconic characteristic of the city and great light. Students should submit a finished project (one item) (darkroom or digital in either black & white or color). A, 5 x 7, photograph may be mounted on an 8 x 10 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Photography - altered/experimental: black and white or color. Creative or experimental photographs display a novel effect because of an unusual combination of objects and/or viewpoint. The photograph must always have a basic photographic image. Digital manipulation processes may be employed proved the student exposed the original photograph. Students should submit a finished project (one item) (darkroom or digital in either black & white or color). A, 5 x 7, photograph may be mounted on an 8 x 10 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. Photography - photojournalism: black and white or color. The story-telling photographs such as are seen in the news media and periodicals, which may include documentary, contemporary life, illustrative, spot news or human interest. In the interest of credibility, contrived situations or photographic manipulations that alter the truth are not acceptable. The story telling value of the photograph shall be weighed more than the pictorial quality. Photographs can be 5 x 7, 8 x 10, or 11 x 14 prints. Photographs must be mounted on an 8 x 10 or a 11 x 14 mat. NO FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS. 17

8 K-12 Competition Rules and Premium Book Screen Printing: sublimation/hand cut/ photo: one color. Students should submit a finished product (one item) showing their ability to print. The print should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. Screen Printing: sublimation/hand cut/photo: multi-color. Students should submit a finished product (one item) showing their ability to print. The print should be mounted properly to hang on a wall for displaying. Electronics & Energies Electricity: Students should submit finished products showing their knowledge of proper electrical wiring. Electronics: Students should submit finished products showing their knowledge of electronics. Students should submit their small robots. No Lego Robots. Robotics: electronics. This is a group project. Students should submit a finished robot. The project should be labeled properly so that the judges can examine the electronics or how the robot operates. Manufacturing Technologies General plastics: Students should a project that was created with some type of plastic. This should include some clocks that use plastic instead of wood frames. General metals: Students should submit a project created from sheet metal, foundry and machining, and welding. The project should be labeled so judges can tell which sub category to place them in. Robotics: engineering/construction. This is a group project. Students should submit a finished robot. The project should be labeled properly so that the judges can examine the construction of the robot. Woodworking: large furniture. Students should submit a finished piece of large furniture, such as a desk, dresser, table, etc. The project should be labeled properly. Woodworking: small furniture. Students should submit a finished piece of small furniture, such as an end table, coffee table, magazine racket, etc. The project should be labeled properly. Woodworking: not furniture. Students should submit a finished a project, such as a bowl, clock, baseball bat, lamp, etc. The project should be labeled properly. Construction Technologies Group projects: home display. This is a group project. Students should submit drawings and photographs showing the construction of a shed, garage, house, etc. The materials should be mounted properly so it can be hung on a wall for displaying. Enter under one (1) name and one (1) entry number ONLY. Transportation Cars - CO2 or compressed air: Students should submit a car that they designed and made in their class. The car can be powered by CO2 or compressed air. CO2 cars are a project that students remember. Students are engineering parts parts that don t exist. Last year was the first year we started 3D printing wheels; it s doubled the engineering aspect of its reality. Rocketry and flight: Students should submit an air transportation vehicle created in their class. Items such as a rocket or airplane project would be examples of this category. Other Projects Not Listed Group projects: solar boats/supermileage. This is a group project. Students should submit boat or vehicle with photographs showing their work. Enter under one (1) name and one (1) entry number ONLY. Open projects: anything creative and interesting in tech-ed. Students should submit a project that does not fit into any other category. This should include a group project, such as a Grandfather s Clock. Entering as a group: enter under one (1) name and one (1) entry number ONLY. 18

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