On November 1, a new after school club will begin for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students of Roy Gomm Elementary School. The Virtual World Tour Club will allow each member to plan their own around the world trip, identifying nine destinations that they will research each week and give a short presentation to the rest of the club. 95 more words
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WASHINGTON (CBS) – A 14-year-old from Westford is this year’s runner-up in the National Geographic Bee.
Saketh Jonnalagadda, an eighth-grader at Stony Brook Middle School, finished second to 12-year-old Rishi Nair of Florida on Wednesday. 118 more words
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Mequon 7th grader Thomas Wright finished in a tie for 8th place at the National Geographic Bee held in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, May 25th. 109 more words
RIVER HILLS — Instead of a map or GPS device, one southeastern Wisconsin seventh grader says his family turns to him. Thomas Wright is headed to Washington, D.C. 323 more words
Seventh grade DAMS student Samuel Fischer, child of David and Erin Fischer, recently received notification that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2016 Wisconsin National Geographic State Bee, held on April 1 at the American Family Training Center. 289 more words
Each year, students in schools across the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee using materials prepared by the National Geographic Society. The annual Geography Bee is an academic competition that includes participants in grades five through eight who are posed questions on culture, economics, current events, politics and geography. 110 more words