We’ve done our best to remove the frightening and/or awkward aspects of old-fashioned spelling bees. In our format, participants are seated in a semi-circle facing a table of friendly announcers and judges, and facing away from the audience of parents, siblings and friends. Spelling words and example sentences are appropriate for this age group.
Students who successfully spell through five rounds are eligible to participate in the 4th and 5th Grade Spelling Bee on January 15th.
Online Registration is LIVE. Registration for Grades 1-3 will close January 7th. Registration for Grades 4-5 will close January 14th. Please complete the online Spelling Bee Registration form to register for the event.
4th & 5th Grade Spelling Bee January 15th, 2020, at 3:15 PM
Barrington Elementary Gym
While observing all of the official rules and regulations of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, our school employs the student-friendly format of the Bee to promote wide participation and eliminate as much intimidation as possible. Participating students are seated in a semi-circle facing away from the audience and toward the friendly panel of announcers and judges.
The word list used at this Bee is appropriately challenging and not available to students to study ahead of time. Please view the resources on the Scripps Spelling Bee Site HERE.
First place winner will receive a trophy, and the winner of this bee will be eligible to compete in the Regional Spelling Bee.
Online Registration is live and will close starting January 7th (Grades 1-3) and January 14th (Grades 4-5). Please complete the online Spelling Bee Registration form to register for the event.
Study materials for the school spelling bee can be found here: http://spellingbee.com/parents-and-students
If you would like to help plan, or volunteer during, either Spelling Bee, kindly send an e-mail to Michelle Salsberry at firstname.lastname@example.org