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During the Festival of Words, many QISS students positively participated in the Spelling Bee event. Though there were many hard words for students to learn, all of the participants worked very hard in studying them. Without worry, the school's purpose was celebrated that the students join the event very actively and paid their valuable time to deal with it. Eventually, the intention of the Spelling Bee was perfectly made. At the end, the thirteen finalists showed great sportsmanship at this competition. The Spelling Bee contest was done successfully with Anna coming in as the winner for Lower School, Coby for the Middle School and James for High School.
Here are the picture of participants and list of winners.
Back row: Alex, Coby, Rose, Isaac, James, Lucy (from left)
Front row: Jenna, Anna, Elia, Jacky, Grace, Mia (from left), David (absent)
Pre. K-Grade 2: 1st-Jacky (G2) 2nd-Elia (G2) 3rd-David (G2)
Grade 3-5: 1st-Anna (G5) 2nd-Mia (G5) 3rd-Grace (G5)
Grade 6-8: 1st-Coby (G7) 2nd-Lucy (G8) 3rd-Alex (G7)
Grade 9-12: 1st-James (G11) 2nd-Rose (G11) 3rd-Isaac (G10)
Monday: What word would you used to describe your homeroom teacher?
Tuesday: Look at the following picture and describe it in one word.
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Wednesday: What quality is most important in a friend?
Thursday: What is the longest word that you know?
Friday: What is a good synonym for the word “small”?
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Grade7 - grade5
Grade8 – grade3
Grade9 - pre-K & kindergarten
Grade10 - grade 2 B
Grade11 - grade 2 A
Grade12 - grade 1
Each upper school paired up with lower school and upper school students read some books to lower school children. Each student chose books that they like to read and upper school children read those books to them. It was a great experience that upper school students could stay together with younger children and could read the same book. Some of the lower school students wanted to read the book by their own so sometimes they read some of the part to upper school students. It was an enjoyable experiment and it was really cute.