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Register Your School for the Geobee NOW!

November 30, 2012
Mary Lee Elden

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The New York Geographic Alliance is proud to support the National Geographic Bee, sponsored by the National Geographic Society, Mary Lee Elden, Director. A very important deadline is coming up on December 14th. Don't miss the chance to register your school for the Bee. Read on below...

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR THE GEOBEE 2013!

The National Geographic Bee is a school competition for students in any grades four through eight. Excite your students about the world around them and reward those who excel in their knowledge of geography by giving them a chance to compete in a school geographic bee.
 
The final deadline for registration has been extended to December 14, 2012. After October 15, the registration fee increased to $120. School level Bees can be held up to January 15, 2013. Go to www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee to get complete
 information and other dates and deadlines.
 
Principals must register their schools to receive the contest materials necessary to conduct a school level Bee. All we need is a letter on school letterhead, signed by the principal, with the $120 registration fee (check or purchase order made out to National Geographic).   The registration is not refundable, so make sure the school registers only once. If paying by purchase order, note that when the school sends payment on the PO it must be clear that the check is payment on a PO that was sent earlier so that the school will not be entered twice in the system. You can go online and check to verify the school registration has been received and processed.
 
Mail the registration letter and fee, in the same envelope, to National Geographic Bee, National Geographic Society, 1145 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036-4688.  We must receive this in our hands by December 14, 2012.
 
We look forward to many more schools giving their students the opportunity to excel and also be encouraged to know more about the world in which we live and share, by participating in the National Geographic Bee.
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Article Derived From: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/geobee