Making the Most Out of Your Competition
The Keystone Indoor Drill Association (KIDA) was formed in the interest of teaching the principles of good sportsmanship, fairness in all aspects, professionalism, and proper conduct under any and all prevailing conditions. Each season, hundreds of students from member units across several states participate in KIDA sanctioned shows. As a show host within KIDA, you represent your school, the activity, and the association as a whole. KIDA expects that all show hosts will uphold the same standards of fair competition, sportsmanship, and excellence.
This page is designed to provide you, the show host, with the tools that you need to execute the an efficient and effective show possible and create a positive experience for all those involved.
KIDA Show Host Guidelines
To ensure that all KIDA shows operate at the highest level, the KIDA Show Host Guidelines have been constructed. This document is to serve as a critical step-by-step process for new show host on how to run an effective and efficient competition. For experienced hosts, this document is to serve as a reference document to answer any questions that a host might have while planning their contest.
Show Host Checklist
Planning a schedule for your competition can be a difficult task. This sample schedule is designed to walk you through the most complex parts of creating a schedule.
Do you still have questions on how to host a KIDA show? We understand that hosting a show can be complex and you still have plenty of questions. Feel free to contact the KIDA Business Manager with any additional questions you might have and to learn how you can be a part of this great experience.
Interested in Hosting a KIDA Show
Are you interested in hosting a show during the Keystone Indoor Drill Association season? Now is the perfect opportunity to learn how and get yourself on the schedule for the upcoming KIDA season.