Want to buy an College Board shirt (from Steve Dartt “the shirt guy”)?

The deadline has passed to get yours in time for the reading, but Steve has offered a “second chance” to order: Dartt Shirt Form


6/10 Travel Day Welcome to Kansas City!
Optional Acorn Orientation Meeting
6/11 Day 1 8AM: Reading Orientation begins!
6PM: KC AP Stats Geocaching Event (details below)
6/12  Day 2  Best Practices Night
6/13  Day 3  College Board Open Forum 
6/14  Day 4  Dine Out Night
Applied Probability Night (Casino Excursion)
Click here to sign up for the Harrah’s Bus
Tasso’s (Greek Cuisine)
Click here to join the group outing
6/15  Day 5  95% Confidence Fun Run (details below)
6/16  Day 6  Professional Night
Jeffrey Rosenthal – University of Toronto and author of Struck by Lightning, the Curious World of Probabilities.
“From Lotteries to Polls to Crimes to Monte Carlo”
6/17  Day 7  Closing Night Funstravaganza
6/18  Travel Day Goodbye Kansas City!

Day 1 (June 11): Geocaching Event/tour of Kansas City organized by Kevin DeVizia:
The evening of Day 1 (June 11) of the Reading will feature a Geocaching event in Barney Allis Plaza (between the Convention Center and the Marriott). The local geocachers of Kansas City have once again put together an event to welcome AP Readers to their city, and this time have planned an opportunity to interact with KC in a new way, geocaching via the streetcar line! Attend a meet-and-greet in the Plaza at 6pm with a special presentation at 6:20, door prizes at 6:40, a truly geeky group photo at 6:45, and the opportunity to go out immediately afterward and find new geocaches placed to give us a grand old time exploring KC in a sort of high-tech scavenger hunt via the free streetcar line! Those with an account on Geocaching.com will be able to view and log this event published by geocaching.com at https://coord.info/GC72YXJ.2017tshirt

2017 FUN RUN INFO – Day 5 (June 15):

CHAIR MASSAGES!  Offered the evening of days 4 and 5.  Get all details and sign up for a spot: Chair Massages

Looking for highlights from previous best practices night presentations?  Visit the archive at Jason Molesky’s Statsmonkey site