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On behalf of the entire Administration, Faculty, Staff, Parents, Alumni and Students, I wish to congratulate our Track & Field Team who led us to our 1st B.A.I.S.S. Track & Field Championship. Our athletes gave of their best and we are proud of their accomplishments. We also wish to thank all of our parents and alumni who supported us at the stadium and on our Victory Motorcade. Way to go Comets! You Just Did It!
We also wish to congratulate our athletes on their outstanding performance at Nationals.
This has been a banner year for Queen’s College. Let us continue to encourage and celebrate our students’ achievements.
national award winners and McRel Conference
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BAISS SPELLING BEE
Naugahyde, Rorschach, truncheoned... Can you spell these words? These are just samples of the words Prachi Kondapuram, 8H and Binari Wimalaratne, 7D had to spell in the BAISS Spelling Bee Competition held on January 30, 2015. They spent endless hours studying 375 words to prepare them for the competition. With grace and determination, they won by placing 1st and 2nd in the BAISS District.
Both spellers will advance to the National Spelling Bee Competition in March 2015. Winning the Nationals is the desire of both Prachi and Binari. If they do, they will head to Washington, D. C. for the prestigious Scripps National Spelling Bee on May 24 – 29, 2015.
On returning to school after the competition, the school drive way was lined with jubilant Administrators, Staff and students from all sections to celebrate the success of our Spelling Champions.
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