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Geography Bee Winners


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Ferron Elementary Geography Bee Champions Mindi Luke and Kiley Jensen

Ferron Elementary

Ferron Elementary Geography Bee was Jan. 14. Students learned answers to National Geography Bee questions. There were questions for students in the primary grades and students in the intermediate grades.

The school champion was Mindi Luke. Other sixth grade winners were Adam Clark and Dustin Healy. Fifth grade winners were Mathew Behling, Mandy Langston, and Brian Clark. Fourth grade winners were Whitney Roper, Cody Dale and Hannah Luce. Winners for the primary grades were Kiley Jensen, champion. Other third grade winners were Matthew Mecham and Ben Doria. Second grade winners were Kodi Caldwell, Baylee Hess, and Mariah Behling. First grade winners were Brady Dale, Austin Strait, and Tyson Roper.

Huntington Elementary Geography Winners, Polson DeMott, third place, Jake Clement, second place and Dominic Duran, first place.

Huntington Elementary

Huntington Elementary held its annual geography bee recently. Competitors were: Chance Hansen, Lethi Guymon, Lauren Potter, Polson DeMott, Spencer Fehlberg, Bailey Birch, Dominic Duran, Keisha Holmes and Jake Clement.

Students answered questions about the various trail systems across the United States.

Students were given questions and they would write their answers on their white boards. Competition was fierce with Clement and Duran, neck and neck for many questions, until Duran burst into the lead with a correct answer concerning the Great Lakes. Duran will now take another geography test administered by Principal Tom Baltzer and he could move into state competition.


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