LakeView Technology Academy Chess Tournament 

Free!  $500 in Prizes!

$100 Scholarship to the top player!

Note - see fliers for download at the bottom of this page. 

Who: All students grades K-12 (see notes below regarding prize eligibility)

When: Saturday, January 23, 2016. Check in from 8 to 8:30 am.
Awards ceremony after fifth round, estimated between 2 and 3 pm.

Where: LakeView Technology Academy, 9449 - 88th Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
Easy access from I-94. Located on County H just north of Highway 165

How: All students will play 5 games of chess in a Swiss-style (modified round robin) format. There is no elimination, and each student will play each round. All are welcome, beginners to advanced players. Games will be Game/25 with 5 second delay.

Individual Prizes in each section (First, Second, Third)
K-2 Unrated: Chess set with quiver, chess set with bag, magnetic chess set
K-5 Unrated: Digital chess clock, chess set with case, chess set with quiver
K-8 Unrated: Digital chess clock, chess set with case, silicone chess pieces
K-12 Unrated: $100 scholarship, digital chess clock, heavy chess set with case
                        Participation medals/prizes for all. Sportsmanship prizes in each section.

Note: Individual prizes are limited to players who attend school in the following counties: Kenosha, Racine, Walworth and Lake. Home school students in those counties are eligible. Bring documentation of school address to check in (report card or registration).

Team Trophies: Two or more students in the same section from the same school will automatically be considered a “team.” The team score is the sum of the top 4 individual scores.
3 Team Trophies in K2 K5 (combined), 3 team trophies for K8/K12 sections together

Cost: Free with early email registration by January 20th at 11 pm
Or $5 per student if registering at the door (payable by cash or check to KCA)

To Pre-Register: Email name, grade, school, section (K2, K5, K8, K12) to by January 20th at 11 pm. Include school name and address.

Permission Slips are required. Download from or fill them out at check in.

Notes: Adult supervision is required for individual students grades K-8 and all teams. Family members are allowed in the playing area and are welcome to watch the games. Lunch and other goodies will be available for purchase; or bring your own. Bring chess sets, books or other quiet activities for breaks between each round.

For More Information: contact Tournament Director Allan Cargille at 773-263-5565.

Sponsored by the Kenosha Chess Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting chess education and activities in the greater Kenosha area
Allan C,
Oct 24, 2015, 5:35 PM
Allan C,
Oct 17, 2015, 6:46 PM