Journey D.C.

Journey D.C.

This year, millions of students will compete letter by letter and word for word for the opportunity to qualify for the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C. Take a peek at what could be in store for you and your child!

 

Teacher Feature - Karina Raimont

Behind every great student is a great teacher. These teachers make spelling and vocabulary fun. They serve as spelling coaches, moderators and judges, but more often than not, they are simply motivators who encourage the students to be the best they can be. In the "Teacher Feature," we celebrate the men and women who educate the youth of our country.

Program Spotlight - The Oakland Press

When people develop a deep interest in a subject or topic, it is said that they have been "bitten by the bug." In the spelling world, we prefer to say that they have been "stung by the bee."

That's exactly what happened in Oakland, Michigan. Joe Hildebrand, Promotions Manager for The Oakland Press, reports that the community has embraced the local spelling bee since the newspaper took over sponsorship in 1996.

Teacher Feature - Elizabeth Meyers

Behind every great student is a great teacher. These teachers make spelling and vocabulary fun. They serve as spelling coaches, moderators and judges, but more often than not, they are simply motivators who encourage the students to be the best they can be. In the "Teacher Feature," we celebrate the men and women who educate the youth of our country.

Teacher Feature - Maryam Nelson

Behind every great student is a great teacher. These teachers make spelling and vocabulary fun. They serve as spelling coaches, moderators and judges, but more often than not, they are simply motivators who encourage the students to be the best they can be. In the "Teacher Feature," we celebrate the men and women who educate the youth of our country.