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THE NEXT TOURNAMENT WILL BE THE FALL OPEN GRADE LEVEL TOURNAMENT ON NOVEMBER 6th AT HIGHVIEW MIDDLE SCHOOL IN NEW BRIGHTON Posted Saturday, October 16, 2021 by Lorene

The next tournament will be the Fall Grade Level Tournament held at Highview Middle School in New Brighton on November 6th.
This grade level tournament is open to all grades...2nd graders will play 2nd graders and 3rd graders will play 3rd graders and so on.

THERE WILL BE ON LINE REGISTRATION. You can register be going to the blue button at the top of this page that reads (REGISTRATION0). Registration is now open.

Registration will also be AT THE DOOR until 8:00am the morning of the tournament. If you do not pay on line you must pay and register between 7:30-8:00am the morning of the tournament. If you register on line you can arrive by 8:30am. If you register and do not pay on line… arrive before 8:00am.

Please bring your own chess set. Check the Tournament Schedule for address and additional information.
Players will need to bring their own chess set (we are unable to provide one, but sets will be available for sale at the equipment concessions.
In the event the school closes due to Covid-19, we will just move to all virtual games, on Zoom.
DUE TO COVID, WE WILL REQUIRE ALL PEOPLE ON SITE TO WEAR MASKS AT ALL OF THE CHESS TOURNAMENTS.

SPAM FILTERING OF ANNOUNCEMENTS POSTED Posted Monday, August 29, 2016 by Lorene
Please note we have been informed that many SCA Email announcements have not been received due to likely spam-filtering issues. If you have requested to be on the Email list and are not receiving announcements, please do the following:

Check your spam, junk or trash Email folder to see if SCA announcements were incorrectly filtered out; if so, click the appropriate setting, for example, “Move-to-Inbox” and Mark as “Not Spam”.

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Please make sure we have your e-mail address Posted Sunday, January 9, 2011 by Webmaster
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Congratulations to our 2019
Statewide Tournament Champions
Well done!
Primary Champion
Kai Shemesh
Elementary Champion
Vivian Yang

 

Congratulations 2021
Coach of the Year!

Harold Golden

 

Congratulations 2021
Chess Camp Champs!

Yoel Klein
Championship Section

Rishab Jain
Novice Section

 

Resources: Check out these recommended instructional books.

USCF's Scholastic Chess page Check it out

Why teach chess to children?? Click here to find out.

Parents -- check out this tournament chess primer by the U.S. Chess Center

Wanted: Chess Coaches
There are many schools that need either a chess coach or someone with chess knowledge. If you are in Junior/Senior High School you may qualify as a chess assistant. Most chess clubs are after school, but some are before school or in the evening. If you are interested, please call 763-593-1168 or write to:

School Chess Association
5901 Laurel Ave Apt 134
Golden Valley, MN 55416-1070

Chess Clubs
Does your school have a chess club? If not, contact the School Chess Association.
We may be able to help your school start a club!!
Contact Lorene at Lorene@SchoolChess.org or 763-593-1168

The School Chess Association is dedicated to providing chess activities for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12.

In support of our mission, the SCA provides the following services:

  • Run chess tournaments
  • Provide chess camps
  • Develop chess clubs
  • Promote instruction

The SCA is dedicated to providing the best programs for all participants.  The SCA runs only non-elimination tournaments.  We believe that all students should have the greatest opportunity to play chess and that no one should be eliminated from a tournament.

This web site is devoted to providing information about the SCA and other chess activities.

For more information, e-mail Lorene Lampert or call us at (763)-593-1168


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