The Rotaract club of Grenada is set to execute its 31st National Spelling Bee Competition, on Saturday, 17 March 2018. The competition will take place in the Hospitality Suite, Grenada National Stadium, with a start time of 9:30 am.
The Spelling Bee Competition was started in 1987 by past Rotaractor Lyndonna Charles Bullen. The main objectives of the Spelling Bee project are to foster a sense of enthusiasm for literacy and spelling among grade 5 primary school students across the State of Grenada and to build the confidence of the participants as they represent their schools and compete against each other to win the Rotaract National Spelling Bee challenge trophy and other great prizes.
This year’s format is a one-day knockout competition, which will include 3 rounds of competitiveness: Round 1: Qualifier/Written Round; Round 2: Heats; Round 3: Finals.
44 schools have registered to be a part of the competition, which includes 2 schools from Carriacou being represented, namely Hillsborough Government School and L’Esterre Rosary School.
The Rotaract Club of Grenada invites everyone far and wide to be a part of this event. The competition will be intense, and the students will need every support possible.
More details about the Rotaract Club of Grenada and its activities can be found on the Club’s Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/rotaractgrenada/.
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