Results: Escambia Schools Battle Of The Books

May 16, 2018

Battle of the Books is an annual competition that challenges students to read a set of books designated as Sunshine State Readers for grades 3-8 or Florida Teen Reads for grades 9-12.

Teams are formed at each grade level to compete and see who remembers the most facts, or who can make the best comparisons and connections between the books. Team members have been reading these books all year and they have been quizzing each other and practicing for the battle for months. They must work together and quickly to get all of the questions answered within a 12 minute time limit. This year, 95 teams, comprised of 429 students from K-12 schools in Escambia County, competed in the Battle.

Winnders were:

Third Grade:

  1. Beulah Elementary School
  2. Bellview Elementary School
  3. Oakcrest Elementary School


Fourth Grade:

  1. Pleasant Grove Elementary School
  2. Lipscomb Elementary School
  3. Hellen Caro Elementary School

Fifth Grade:

  1. Pleasant Grove Elementary School
  2. Beulah Elementary School
  3. Ferry Pass & Hellen Caro Elementary schools (tie)

Middle School:

  1. Brown Barge Middle School (Team A)
  2. Brown Barge Middle School (Team C)
  3. Bailey Middle School (Team A)


High School:

  1. Booker T. Washington High School
  2. Tate High School (Team A)
  3. Escambia High School (Team A)

Comments

One Response to “Results: Escambia Schools Battle Of The Books”

  1. My2Cents on May 17th, 2018 4:00 pm

    Great Job Everyone!





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