STAMFORD—Fourth and fifth grade students at The Catholic Academy of Stamford participated in the National Geographic GeoBee. The students completed the written version of the preliminary competition. The results were scored and the top 10 students were invited to compete in the final competition on Friday, January 18.
The top 10 students were: Alex Evans, Emilia Coppola, Olivier Czoch, Nundhini Mascarenhas, Annika Natarajan, Caitlin Orstad, Henry Schell, Connor Smith, John Thomas and Victoria Vaccaro. Congratulations to all of the students!
After the final competition and championship round, Olivier Czoch was named the school champion. He will complete an online state qualifying test. Good luck to Olivier!
The top three students will be invited to participate in the Ninth Annual Knights of Columbus Southwestern Connecticut Regional Catholic Geography Bee on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at St. Joseph School in Danbury. Olivier Czoch, Annika Natarajan, and John Thomas will be representing The Catholic Academy of Stamford. Good luck to each of them!
The Catholic Academy of Stamford forms and nurtures its children in the Gospel values of the Catholic Faith. It educates in a superior academic environment which challenges its children to discover and to fully develop their unique abilities and talents. Its students are encouraged to love God, learning and one another.
(To find out more about the Catholic Academy of Stamford visit: www.catholicacademystamford.org.)