News about the National Geographic Geography Bee for 2015

Registration for the 2015 Geography Bee has been completed.  Test materials will be made available to schools November 3, 2014.  Grade level contests will follow soon after receipt of testing materials from National Geographic Geography Bee officials.



Ruins of Carthage, North Africa


Congratulations goes to Ethan Johnson, our geography bee champion for 2014.    


The National Geographic Geography Bee materials have been received so the Social Studies teachers in grades 4 through 8 have begun planning for the preliminary competitions in their classrooms.  School level competition for the two champions representing each section in grades 4th through 8th, will be held Wednesday, December 3, in the school's gym from 1:20 until 3:00 PM.

The 2015 National Geographic Geography Bee Champion for Princeton Academy is -- ______________?________________.

                  
                           

     The final competition in the 2015 National Geographic Geography Bee will be held Wednesday, December 3,  2014 in the PASH Gymnasium and Convocation Center.  Parents are welcome to attend. The Bee Competition will begin promptly at 1:20.  The winner of this competition will be named the PASH National Geographic Geography Bee Champion for 2015. He will go on to register and compete in the state level competition in January.

      The Geography Bee preliminary round winners in grades 4 through 8 will compete for the title of Princeton Academy National Geographic Geography Bee champion on Wednesday, December 3rd  follows:

4Z  is Brendan Kelso
4F  is Oliver Silverio
5D  is Ganesh Freoze
5H is Xavier Silverio
6W  is Chris Dorey
6WE is Sam Dev
7F is Reid Gajewski 
7D is Will Tewell 
8C is Ethan Johnson
8S is Raghav Pemmireddy 



               Congratulations to the winners from each grade!




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