Hundreds Of Students Take Part In Battle Of The Books (With Results)

May 5, 2019

Hundreds of Escambia County students took part in the eighth annual Battle of the Books Saturday at Washington High School.

Over 600 students on 102 teams read books from the Sunshine State Young Readers Awards list and Florida Teens Read list over the past school year.

Participants competed by answering five rounds of eight questions Saturday.

Top teams from each grade level were as follows:

Third Grade

1 A. K. Suter
2 Hellen Caro
2 Longleaf
3 NB Cook
3 Pine Meadow

Fourth Grade
1 Bellview
1 Pleasant Grove
2 A. K. Suter
2 Scenic Heights
3 Molino Park

Fifth Grade
1 Lipscomb
2 Byrneville A
2 Episcopal Day School
2 Pensacola Beach
2 Pleasant Grove
3 A. K. Suter

Middle School
1 Bailey A
2 Brown-Barge A
3 Brown-Barge B

High School
1 Washington
2 Tate
3 Pensacola HS

Pictured top: A  Byrneville Elementary School Battle of the Books team. Pictured below: Molino Park Elementary. Submitted photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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