Wimberley Scholastic Chess Club
I want to play chess!
Information from student
Board and pieces
A tournament chess clock
USCF ID number (if a member):
Current USCF rating (if any):
Check every chess activity
in which you are interested.
Team competition (playing against other schools or clubs)
Club tournaments (unrated)
Rated matches (individual rated games, not part of a bigger tournament)
Skittles (casual play)
Simultaneous (play a master)
At the present time,
which of these descriptions best fits you?
I do not know how to move all the pieces.
I know how to move all the pieces, but I'm not sure what "capturing
" means or whether the King can move through check when castling.
I understand castling and
, but have not played in USCF rated tournaments.
I have played in a USCF rated scholastic tournaments (restricted to K-12).
I have played in USCF or FIDE non-scholastic tournaments (open to players of any age).
Information from parent or guardian
How did you or your child find out about our club?
Parent or guardian:
Daytime phone (if different):
How often would you be able to stay at the club and volunteer?
Never or seldom
Will your child need bus transportation to the meetings?
Because of building-use restrictions, you will need to sign an agreement to let a volunteer take your child home with them until you can be reached, in the event that you are unable to pick up your child by 5:00 P.M.
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