NW Spelling Bee—Wasilla, AK

November 3, 2017
Wasilla Lake Christian School

Spelling Bee: 
ACSI Spelling Bee exists to develop skills of good spelling habits, to develop awareness of accurate word usage and pronunciation, and to encourage students to remain calm under the pressure of competition, while maintaining clear thinking and good recall. Schools conduct preliminary spelling bees to determine the students that will represent their school at the ACSI District Spelling Bee. The top four winners of each District Bee are invited to compete at the Regional Spelling Bee in early spring. The top 4 winners of the Regional Bee in Battle Ground, WA and the 1st Place winners in Wasilla, AK and Libby, MT are invited to participate in the ACSI National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., in May. 

$60— School Registration Fee
$9—Per Student Participation Fee

Spelling Bee Handbooks & Resources

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