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Gracious Professionalism

Last update on 2021-09-06 by Joseph Rothmaler.

‘NO SHOW’ Gracious Professionalism® (Update on Aug 20, 2021)

If teams do not attend an official robot game match AND do not let the referee or event official know the reason, they will get a default Gracious Professionalism score of 0 points for the missed match. A ‘no show’ at a robot game match impacts others and we expect FIRST LEGO League teams to demonstrate their Core Values and common courtesy in such situations. Informing an event official before or shortly after the match’s scheduled time would be sufficient to get a Gracious Professionalism score of ACCOMPLISHED (3 points).
At events that have more than three official robot game matches, the Gracious Professionalism points allocated by the referee will still only make up 1/3 of the team’s total Core Values score.

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