National Geographic Bee 2019 Contest

National Geographic Bee
Posted on 02/13/2019
National Geograpics BeeNational Geographic Bee 2019 Contest

Ten students from Lake Jackson Intermediate qualified last week as finalists for the National Geographic Bee held on​ January 30 in the campus library. These students advanced after a preliminary round of testing of geography-related questions given to the entire LJI student body. Congratulations to Alisa Zamora for taking first place in the championship contest.

The National Geographic GeoBee includes three levels of competition; school, state, and national. Schools conduct a GeoBee and name a school champion. The school champion takes a proctored online qualifying test and the top 100 ranked students in each state qualify to represent their school at the state level GeoBee competition.

State champions then travel to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., to compete in the national championship.

LJI’s champion, Alisa Zamora, has taken​ the online qualifying test. She and her sponsor, Cheryl Wood, are anxiously waiting to hear if she has qualified to attend the State of Texas Geography ​Bee in April 2019 in Bedford, Texas!

picture of geobee winner

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