Each year, CPMS hosts two academic bees on campus. We host the Scripps National Spelling Bee School Round in the fall semester, and the National Geographic Geography Bee classroom and school rounds at the beginning of the spring semester. Both bees are nationally recognized. In the past, we've sent our school champions to the regional rounds for the Spelling Bee and to the state rounds of the Geography Bee, beaming with Leopard Pride!
For more information about either of these Bees, contact Ms. Sharma at email@example.com.
The 2018 School Round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee was held Tuesday, December 4th at 4:30 pm, in the Library.
Our Champion for the third straight year is: Eshan Bharadwaj
Follow this link for help with studying for next year's Bee:
This year's School Round of the National Geographic Geography Bee was held on Jan. 15th at 4:30 pm, in the Library.
Our school champion is: Jaden Kolenbrander.
The classroom rounds usually take place the first week back to school from winter break. Each Social Studies classroom sends a champion to the school-wide bee and we go from there to find our Geography champion. The winner and first-runner up will be invited to the District Bee and the winner will test to qualify for the State-Wide Bee.
Follow this link for help with studying for next year's Bee: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/bee/study