The second MOQBA Award for Outstanding Student Involvement was presented to Max Schindler of Ladue Horton Watkins High School at the fifth annual NAQT Missouri Qualifier on March 3, 2012, for founding, editing, directing the Ladue Invitational Spring Tournament, Missouri's first high-quality high school housewritten quizbowl tournament.
The mission of the Missouri Quizbowl Alliance is to provide opportunities for high-quality academic competition throughout the state of Missouri. As part of that mission, the Missouri Quizbowl Alliance seeks to recognize outstanding involvement by students who seek to improve the game of quizbowl in this state.
Ladue Horton Watkins High School student Max Schindler founded, edited and directed Missouri's first high-quality high school housewritten quizbowl tournament, the Ladue Invitational Spring Tournament. LIST has been mirrored nationwide and highly regarded by those who have experienced it.
The Missouri Quizbowl Alliance commends Max for his significant efforts in promoting high-quality academic competition in Missouri and will recognize his efforts by publicizing the award upon the MOQBA website and by presenting him with a plaque and certificate as part of the 2012 NAQT Missouri State Qualifier ceremonies held on March 3, 2012.
So supported and signed by the membership of the Missouri Quizbowl Alliance as of March 3, 2012.