|For prize redemption instructions, please access the Encyclopaedia Britannica Bonus in the log-in section of spellingbee.com.|
Your school\'s enrollment in the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee includes a free one-year subscription to Britannica Online for Kids (a $69.95 value) from Encylopædia Britannica. You may award this prize to one student associated with your school\'s spelling bee program.
Schools that are enrolled in the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee may access the Rules for Local Spelling Bees by logging in to spellingbee.com and selecting the Rules link from the left navigation menu.
In general, the Bee will not render opinions on eligibility unless the question pertains directly to a student who qualifies for the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee. If there are steps you can take now to preclude ineligibility, take those steps. If your student has qualified for the 2016 Scripps National Spelling Bee and has eligibility concerns, the student\'s parents should promptly contact the national office.
|We recommend that you use only the 2012 School Pronouncer Guide for your school bee, as it draws words from the 2012 official study list.|
We recommend that you use only the 2016 School Pronouncer Guide for your school bee, as it draws words from the official 2016 School Spelling Bee Study List.
The 2016 School Pronouncer Guide is not a study guide and should not be given to your school champion.
I am responsible for coordinating a district spelling bee. Is it okay to use the School Pronouncer Guide at my district bee?
Please contact your local spelling bee sponsor to obtain the 2016 District Pronouncer Guide.
The 2016 District Pronouncer Guide is intended for use by officials who are conducting an intermediate-level spelling bee. An intermediate-level spelling bee is a bee that takes place after a school bee but before a final local bee.
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