GA FPSP follows the school year calendar.

This page was updated on August 8, 2021.

Training:  Contact Argen Hicks at argenhicks@gmail.com for more information.                   

 

Competition Calendar

October 5 . . . . . . . Global Issues PP1 due

October 26 . . . . . . PP1 feedback e-mailed to coaches

December 1 . . . . . Deadline for CmPS registration; Project Proposal due

                              Payment due when project is submitted in March 

December 7 . . . . . Global Issues PP2 due

January 3. . . . . . . PP2 feedback e-mailed to coaches

                        Global Issues QP Future Scene e-mailed to coaches

January 14. . . . . . Scenario Writing and Scenario Performance entries due electronically*  

                              Payment due when story is submitted 

February 1. . . . . . Global Issues QP due  

                         Deadline for Global Issues registration and payment

February 15. . . . . Bowl Invitations issued (by e-mail)

                         QP feedback e-mailed to coaches

February 22. . . . . Scenario Writing and Scenario Performance finalists' coaches notified

                          (by e-mail; winners announced at State Bowl)

March 18 . . . . . . . State Bowl Global Issues booklets due

March 26 . . . . . . . Georgia FPSP State Bowl, North Oconee High School, Bogart

March 28. . . . . . .  CmPS Project Report, Portfolio, and Promotional Video due in Clarkesville*

                               Deadline for CmPS payment

April 5 . . . . . . . . . . CmPS winners notified (by e-mail)

June 8 - 12 . . . . . . International Conference, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

(We are hoping for an in-person event in 2022!)

                         

*Electronic submissions must be in the format listed in the guidelines.  All materials required with the entry must be submitted by the due date, including cover sheet and publication release for each competitor.

Due dates for Action-based Problem Solving/Novice are negotiable.

Suggested timeline is one submission during the fall and one during the spring.