Two GISD students in National History bee

The Granbury ISD has announced they have two students advancing to a national history bee competition after placing at a regional contest on March 16, 2018, in North Richland Hills.


Student Ayden Oredson, attending Granbury Middle School, and Cameron Ward, a student attending Brawner Intermediate School. Showcased their knowledge in the elementary division and students in sixth grade and under.

GISD posted. The bee is an academic competition designed to motivate and reward students for studying history. Students compete in three stages that begin in your classroom! The highest-scoring students on an online exam are invited to attend the regional finals, an exciting opportunity for students to display their knowledge and qualify for the national finals.  Each participant at the regional finals participates in three rounds of a fast-paced and interactive buzzer format to determine regional champions and national qualifiers. Questions are written and edited by history teachers, professors, and other social studies educators from around the United States. Question content is split evenly between United States and non-United States history appropriate for grade level divisions.

The national competition will be held June 1-2 in Atlanta.

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