A fundraiser to support
Civil Discourse on Current Issues
April 26, 2017
Nevada Union High School Debate Team
Tasty appetizers & desserts
No host bar
TICKETS: $20 – Purchase using the paypal donate link in the sidebar
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Topic: Should the Centennial Dam be built?
Topic: Should the federal
Student advocates present arguments for and against
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MINER DISPUTES: CIVIL DISCOURSE ON CURRENT ISSUES
Please join the Nevada Union High School Debate Team for our 5th annual fundraiser, Miner Disputes, serious topics with spirited students who reassure us that the future is in good hands.
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2016 7PM-9PM
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Should The Government Be Allowed To Access iPhones?
Should The Government Ban Outdoor Cultivation of Marijuana?
Audience Choice – Spontaneous Debates
Student advocates will debate these two topics, and take audience suggestions for short, spontaneous debates. Enjoy delicious appetizers and beverages, bid on fabulous silent auction items, and see our students in an actual tournament debate.
Why do we need your support?
Debate offers NU students the opportunity to immerse themselves in rigorous academics, college-level research, public speaking, and incisive analytical skills. Debate offers a path to academic success, but, Nevada Union High School does not have the funds to sustain the financial requirements of this program. Nevada Union Debate Boosters club raises funds to meet those requirements!
If you can’t make it to Miner Disputes, perhaps you will consider donating to our Booster Club to help cover the costs of attending tournaments.
The 2015-16 NU Debate T-shirt is here! Really!
Organic Cotton in Navy.
What, you want one?
You wonder where you can get this fabulousness?
Send a check for $20, made out to NU Debate Boosters to PO Box 196, Grass Valley, CA, 95945 and write your t-shirt size in the memo line. Or, give a check to Teddy or Joe at school. Or, use the PayPal donation button on our website (see the comments below) and use the “instructions to the seller” to give us your t-shirt size and a contact phone number. Make sure your phone number is on your check as well. We’ll call you to arrange pick-up of your shirt.
Our annual yard sale is this coming Saturday, October 3rd, from 8am to 1pm at the District parking lot on Ridge Road (NU campus). Collection of donated items is Friday, October 2nd from 5pm to 7pm at the parking lot.
This sale has the potential to raise a lot of money for the team, please bring those items you’ve been wanting to get rid of for some time and let it benefit the debate team!
We welcome donations of furniture, clothing, housewares, tools, sports equipment, functioning electronics, books, DVDs and CDs and vinyl, art, craft materials, jewelry and more. You can contact Judith at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to deliver smaller items before Friday.
Parent Judges are a key component of our debate team. If you are a chaperone, you are likely to also be a judge for novice debates as the team is required to provide a certain amount of judges at each tournament. Don’t Fret! You’ll only be judging novices and we’ll teach you how to do it!
Join other parents from the NU and McClatchy teams to learn the basics of policy debate and the role of the judge. This is a fantastic opportunity to educate yourself about the world of debate that your student is steeped in.
Saturday, September 12th 9:30 – 3:30
Room J106 at Nevada Union High School
$5 donation for lunch requested
Please rsvp to coach Judith Hill-Weld at email@example.com
It starts today, Friday, August 28th, at 3:15. Click here for details, details, details.
2015-16 Policy Debate Topic
Resolved: The United States federal government should substantially curtail its domestic surveillance.