CA/HI Regional Spelling Bee: Pasadena
February 25, 2017
Lake Avenue Church, 393 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena, CA
The top four (4) spellers from the Grades 5-8 Spell-Off at each California District Spelling Bee site are eligible to participate in the Regional Spelling Bee. The top five (5) spellers at the Regional Spelling Bee are eligible to participate in the ACSI National Spelling Bee.
The top speller (1) from the Hawaii Spelling Bee is automatically eligible to participate in the ACSI National Spelling Bee. They are not required to attend the Regional Spelling Bee.
If you have additional questions, please feel free to call the CA/HI Regional Office at 714.256.1287 or email the CA/HI Student Activities Coordinator.
Lake Avenue Church
393 North Lake Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
Student Participation Fee: $25 per student
ACSI is not responsible for any travel expenses to and from the Regional Spelling Bee.
Students display artwork of various artistic media, prepared according established guidelines, and judged on the day of the festival.
The ACSI Spelling Bee exists to help students develop good spelling habits, awareness of accurate word usage and pronunciation, and grace under the pressure of competition.
Students will display artwork of various artistic media, prepared according established guidelines, and judged on the day of the festival.
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