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Liberty Middle School Chess 

2016-17

 

 Chess Team practice starts Monday, August 15th.

  • after school until 5:00pm
  • in Coach Blankenship's room, #223 (Blue Pod)
  • dismissal through carline at 5:00pm
  • Head Coach:  Paul Mulqueen
  • Sponsor: Ashley Avans(alavans@madisoncity.k12.al.us)

 

Congratulations LMS Chess Team 2016-2017

Om Badhe

Carson Boland

John Choung

Justin Diehl

Will Fox

Sohan Mynampally

Minh Phan

LJ Saurman

Hesham Shiekhtholth

Christopher Woodard

 

Congratulations to the LMS 7th grade team for finishing in 9th place at the National K12 Chess Championship in Nashville Dec. 16-18, 2016!

 

Chess In School

Liberty Middle School offers both an Introduction and Competition Chess Elective.  To learn more about Madison City's Chess In Schools program watch this video.

 

Every student enrolled in a chess class or chess team at LMS has a subscription to ChessKid.com provided by Madison City Schools.  If you have a question about your ChessKid.com account, please email mcschesskid@madisoncity.k12.al.us

 

Recreational Chess Opportunities

Kids who want to play chess with other kids from across the city of Madison are invited to Dublin Park on Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. when the Madison City Chess League holds its weekly meetings. There is no cost to participate. For more information, see  www.madisonchess.com or visit the MCCL Facebook page . You can also contact the MCCL Executive Director, Ranae Bartlett, if you have questions: mccl.director@gmail.com.

 

 


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For more information about chess in the Madison community and upcoming chess events, go to the Madison City Chess League webpage.

  

Register for your USCF id# here (recommend Premium Scholastic Membership for one year $24) in order to compete at upcoming rated tournaments. 

 

For a complete schedule of upcoming tournaments, see http://www.madisonchess.com/events/upcoming.

 

Competitors are required to record their moves during every chess game.  To learn how, watch this video from chesskid.com.