Rawson School Engages Students in 4th Annual “Skeleton Bee”

Rawson School Engages Students in 4th Annual “Skeleton Bee”

On Thursday, October 31, 2019, Rawson School hosted its 4th Annual Skeleton Bee, a fun, engaging, educational, science and bone-themed spelling bee for K – 2nd grade students in the morning, then for the 3rd through 6th grade students in the afternoon.

The competition began at the classroom level in which two students from each class made it to the school-level competition.  Words were science-themed — for example, “intermediate phalanges”.   This was the first year that Rawson School added words from the national Scripps Spelling Bee, asked for coaches from the community, and for families to help their students study the words out of school.

The Grades K-2 Winner was a Grade 2 student named Aliya and the Grades 3-6 winner was a grade 4 student, Kamdyn (pictured below.)

No bones about it, this wa a truly engaging event for both the audience and the competitors.  Congratulations, Rawson School!

Grades 3-6 Winner Grade 4 Student Kamdyn (pictured with proud family member and teacher moments after victory.)

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