Three Steps to Participate in the Regional Spelling Bee
Here are three easy steps to ensure your school can participate in the 2024 San Diego County Scripps Regional Spelling Bee.
1. Enroll your school on the Scripps National Spelling Bee website
Answer a few questions, submit your information and then get access to easy, how-to guides, word lists, and more. The Scripps National Spelling Bee website is filled with useful information for spelling bee organizers and student participants.
2. Host a spelling bee at your school
Students in grades 6, 7, and 8 are eligible to compete in the San Diego County Scripps Regional Spelling Bee. To begin your school bee, you'll just need to gather some volunteers, a word list, and a space to hold your bee.
3. Submit your winning student's details
Once you've held your school spelling bee, return to the Scripps National Spelling Bee website and upload your student's information and a photo for their inclusion in the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee.
About the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee
ABC 10News, the Scripps station in San Diego County, is the new Scripps National Spelling Bee regional sponsor and excited to be a part of this amazing competition. The San Diego County Office of Education has been a countywide spelling bee partner for many years, highlighting the importance of academic rigor, teamwork, and perseverance for our region's young people. Learn more about the spelling bee competition details and past winners on the SDCOE Spelling Bee webpage.
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