CPEF Virtual Trivia Night

February 27, 2021 @ 7:00PM — 9:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

CPEF Virtual Trivia Night

CPEF Virtual Trivia Night image

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


Why should I play Virtual Trivia?

It’s fun. It’s Interactive. Everyone can play. You will be helping the students and staff of CPCSC through the Clark-Pleasant Education Foundation.

What can I win by playing Virtual Trivia?

You and your team could win $500, $250 or $100. Think how that money could help your club, sports team, school PTO, church group, small business etc.

How do I form a team?

You may put together a team made up of any adults and/or children you choose.
You could gather any type of team, such as school sports teams, Boy Scout troops, youth groups, family members, friends, co-workers, etc. For example, a team could consist of the high school’s math teachers.

If you have a large group of people, you could divide them into smaller teams to increase your fun and competition.

How will I play the game?

1. Once you have formed a team, assign a team captain. This person will be responsible for submitting the answers for your team via a Google form during the game and determining how you'll collaborate.

2. Determine how you'll get together in person or in a virtual setting (Zoom, Google Hangout, Facetime, conference call, etc.) and create a team name.

3. Before the game, you will be sent a link to join a YouTube Live private game. Click this link and feel free to join a few minutes early so you can get familiar with the technology and set up. Note: You will likely have multiple screens or tabs open - one for the YouTube live game, the other for Google form answer sheets and another if you are collaborating virtually with others.

4. Show your spirit! Join in the live chat in YouTube via your Gmail account.

5. Have fun!

How can I help if I don’t want to play or have a team?

You can sponsor another team. For example, you could pay the entry fee for your child’s youth group team.
You could encourage a local group to form a team. For example, you could help your child’s teacher form a team.