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Brevard Public Schools Innovation Games 2023

There are 3 divisions by grade level: elementary, middle, and high school. Each student competitor may choose, with guidance from their teacher, coach, or mentor, the competition category in which they wish to compete.

To view more specific information for each division, select the appropriate link in the table below.

CCPC Overview

DivisionCategoryLink to Guidelines
ElementaryScratch - “Champions of Change”Elementary Guidelines
Middle SchoolWeb - “Champions of Change”Middle School Guidelines
High SchoolPython - “Tic-Tac-Toe”High School Guidelines

Competition Rules & Requirements

  1. The competition is open to elementary (grades 4 - 6), middle (grades 7 - 8), and high school (grades 9 - 12) students.

  2. To be considered, competition entries MUST be submitted via the category’s corresponding Program page NO LATER​ than 4 pm on October 31, 2023. The project submission button will be accessible through each program beginning on October 23, 2023. For more information, view the “Project Submission Instructions” section in your division’s competition guidelines.

  3. The competition organizers reserve the right to disqualify any entry based on inappropriate or copyrighted content and any entries which do not adhere to the competition rules and guidelines.

  4. When an entry is submitted, permission is granted to the organizers of the competition to make unrestricted use of the entry in the future for publicity or educational purposes.

  5. Projects can be created by a single student creator or team of up to 2 students working together.

  6. Entries must be ORIGINAL works​ created by the team or individual submitting the entry.

  7. If an entry incorporates music, sound, text or images, you must own the rights to use that material or provide creative commons attribution. If you are working in a Scratch project, write this in the “Notes or Credits” section. If you are working in a web project, write this in the project’s “Readme”.

  8. All projects must have clear, precise and appropriate Title, Instructions, and Notes or Credits.

  9. No violence or simulation of violence. Use your programming powers for good or positive change!



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