Vet Science Skillathon
Date: Friday, February 4 – Friday, February 11, 2022
Entry Fee: Pre-registration is $10/contestant available only on Judging Card. Chapter Advisors and County Extension Agents can enter teams through https://www.judgingcard.com.
Purpose: The veterinary science Skillathon is a competitive event designed to test the knowledge and skill that a youth can gain through his/her involvement in a veterinary science project. Ultimately the goal is to develop the interest, knowledge, skills and experiences for a youth to pursue a career in a veterinary medicine or research field.
Vet Science Contest Superintendent: Stacee Winters, 254-913-3570 cell
Committee Members: Sarah Crawford, Heather Kelly, Autumn Lisenbe, & Barbra Wood
- Exam Portion – 50 questions – A Google Doc link will be sent to advisors on Sunday (7th) evening. Advisors will need to print out exam for their students and submit answers on the e-scansheet from judging card. To access the e-scansheet advisors will log into judging card. Each question is worth 5 points apiece for a total of 250.
- ID Portion – 50 items – A Google Slides link will be sent to advisors on Sunday (7th) evening. Advisors can print or students can view on computer and submit answers on the e-scansheet. Each ID is worth 5 points apiece for a total of 250.
- Skills Portion – 2 skills videos with 10 multiple questions each – A Google Slides link will be sent to advisors on Sunday (7th) evening. Each question is worth 25 points for a total of 500 points.
- Contestantscan compete as individuals or as teams of up to four (4). Team scores will be calculated using the highest three scores.
- Junior division– 8th grade and below
- Senior division– 9th – 12th grade
- Champion Junior and Senior Teams will receive a banner.
- High individual in Junior and Senior divisions will receive a belt buckle.
- 2nd– 5th in teams and individuals will receive ribbons.
- Matt Wright –High Point Senior
- Bell County Youth Fair—High Point Junior