This qualifier will be held at Settler's Point Elementary School, 423 E. Settler's Point Dr. in Gilbert, AZ. Contact Lynn Schucker at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 480-216-8025 for more information.
The following rules are considered standard for all ACFI approved scholastic events. The ACFI board must approve any deviation from these rules.
1) Unless otherwise covered in ACFI rules, USCF rules and scholastic guidelines apply.
2) No event awarding State Scholastic titles shall award cash or cash equivalent prizes to players below grade 12; acceptable prizes include, but are not limited to, trophies, plaques, ribbons, certificates, and medals.
3) Trophies shall not be sold at any Arizona scholastic state championship events. No award shall be sold at a State Scholastic Championship event, if the same prize is also awarded by the event.
Please note that 2007 will be an election year for ACFI. Voting will take place for all positions in late 2007.
ACFI encourages as many candidates as are interested to become candidates for the election. Procedures, deadlines, and other details will be posted here.
Currently the ACFI Board (Executive Committee) consists of
President - Will Wharton
Vice President - Robert Tanner
Secretary - Myron Lieberman
Treasurer Jennifer Shacter
Membership Officer - Albert Lemke
Immediate Past President - Robby Adamson
Our primary concern is assuring the quality of Arizona Title Events.
ACFI accepts proposals and expressions of interest for the running of chess events that award state titles for Arizona
Every State Championship shall be 1) open to all players in the category, or 2) open to all players who advance from a designated qualifying tournament. Designated qualifying tournaments shall be open to all players in the category.
Each State Championship event shall contribute $1.50 per player to ACFI unless the ACFI board has approved other arrangements.
An organizer who presents an expression of interest or a proposal for the running of a state title event implies an agreement to follow ACFI Scholastic requirements and guidelines for the event.