Spelling Bee of Canada
We take this opportunity to gladly announce the inception of the Spelling Bee of Canada (SBOC) - Wood Buffalo chapter. The chapter is now operational and will be conducting the first regional contest on 17th March 2019 in the city of Fort McMurray.
SBOC is a non-profit organization that was established in the greater Toronto area in 1987 and led to the development of Ontario Spelling Bee. The primary goal of this organization is to encourage young people to expand their vocabulary, communication skills, and self-confidence. Preparing for the spelling bee contest is effectively helping the students achieve these goals. So far, over 50,000 students participated in the contest from different regions in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Ontario.
Spelling bee contest is conducted in three different categories; primary (6-8 yrs b.b. 2010-2012), junior (9-11 yrs b.b. 2007-2009) and intermediate (12-14yrs b.b 2004-2006). See attached flyer for more details. The venue will be announced at a later date. We advise students to register at earliest possible to get access to the word list and start their preparation. Deadline for the registrations: 31st Dec 2018
Click on the link below to register online:
Registrants should select Wood Buffalo Region to take part in the regional competition.
SBOC - Wood Buffalo chapter is holding an information session on 17th Nov 2018 to provide complete details about the rules and regulations of the regional competition, and how to prepare for it. Seats for the first information session are limited to 75.
Interested parents and students can register using the link below (ticket $5 per person).
Click on the link below to fill out volunteer application form.
Thanks in advance for the anticipated support and looking forward to hearing from you.
Should you have any questions regarding SBOC, registration, volunteering and information session please feel free to contact us at 780-714-4479 / 780-972-1212.
Koteswara Veeranki (M.Sc., M.S.,M.Phil., PhD)
SBOC-Wood Buffalo committee
780-714-4479 / 780-972-1212