Welcome to the Maine Forensic Association
This is the official website of the Maine Forensic Association. The Maine Forensic Association (MFA) is the organizational body for Speech, Debate, and Student Congress competition for the state of Maine. If you have questions regarding the MFA or if you need information, we recommended that you contact one of the officers.
Latest News & Resources
Invitation for MFA Middle School Tournament
- Details for MFA Middle School Tournament June 4 at Poland. Please contact tournament director with tentative numbers for participation.
Middle School Tournament - June 4 at Poland RHS - A middle school tournament will be held at Poland Regional HS on June 4.
Events will include Lincoln Douglas and Public Forum debate, Congressional Debate, and maybe Speech events.
Contact Amy Trunnell for more information: trunnell at roadrunner dot com and D'Arcy Robinson for host school information: drobinson at rsu16 dot org
LD topic: Nations ought not possess nuclear weapons.
PF topic: North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons is a threat to US security.
Congressional Debate docket coming soon!
Maine NFL District 2013 Sweeps and Awards
- Sweepstakes and other Awards from the Maine NFL District Tournament held March 2, 2013 at Edward Little High School.
Maine NFL District Tournament - Order of Finish
- Official results - Event result from the Maine NFL District Tournament held March 2, 2013 at Edward Little High School.
Maine NFL Qualifiers and Alternates
- Official results - Qualifiers and Alternates from the Maine NFL District Tournament held March 2, 2013 at Edward Little High School.
RELEASE: MFA Hosts 2013 State Tournament
- Official news release announcing the 2013 State Tournament.
Handout: Meeting the Common Core
- In October, students from Erskine Academy and Falmouth High School demonstrated Public Forum Debate at the Maine School Management Association Fall meeting in Augusta. This handout supplemented the presentation to describe how forensics meets every single Common Core standard. Watch the video of the presentation at http://vimeo.com/maineforensic/commoncore