This will be an un-seeded, single elimination bracket tournament. Depending on sign-up numbers, round one will be held over two days, next Thursday & Friday with the remaining bracket played the following Thursday & Friday. The Final match could be held on a day when both teams can make it, if needed.
As usual, custom controller set-up will occur next Wednesday after school starting at 2:00. You can also set up custom controller options Thursday during lunch.
To avoid delays, ProCon, JoyCon, and GameCube controllers will be provided.
Thursday and Friday, May 2nd & 3rd, starting after Office Hours.
Thursday and Friday, May 9th & 10th (including championship, depending on sign-up #s)
No fs meter
No dittos(Single character pick)
Miis are allowed..
Little Mac isn't the worst, just the most difficult to use successfully. Feel free to take the easy way out.
CGHS CREATIVE WRITING MAGAZINE!
Become a part of history! We're restarting a Literary Magazine here at CGHS. We need your original work! FILL OUT THE FORM HERE or select "Literary Magazine" to the right.
If you don't have enough people for a 3 person team, you will matched randomly with other individual signups.
CUSTOM CONTROLLER SET-UP will happen after school on Thursday, February 14th
As millions of American students assert their First Amendment rights in protests across the country, advocacy groups Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and National Coalition Against Censorship today released a new comic book to help protect students’ rights. Be Heard! is a free comic by cartoonist Kai Texel that outlines best practices to help kids assert their rights to speech, protest, assembly and petition, warns about risks, and provides resources to get more help. Be Heard! is available for free from CBLDF & NCAC, who encourage readers to share it freely and broadly in advance of the National School Walkout on March 14, the March for Our Lives on March 24 and local protests across the country.
READ THE COMIC BOOK HERE!
It's that time of year again! For more details go to www.lumacon.net
Last year's contest was won by a Casa Grande student! Let's do it again!