Annual Yeshiva Day School Spelling Bee 2020
The Jewish Education Project, 520 Eighth Avenue,, New York, New York 10018
Recognized by the Scripps National Spelling Bee, The Jewish Education Project's annual Spelldown is the largest official spelling competition for Sabbath-observant students and schools. Join other Yeshivas and Day Schools in our annual Spelling Bee! Your school champion could go on to represent your school and other Jewish day schools in the New York City regional Spelling bee.
The Spelling Bee is open to Yeshiva/Day School students in grades 5-8 in New York City.
To participate in the regional bee, you must:
- Pre-register with Scripps. The deadline to register for NYC schools is Tuesday, October 15th.
- Complete our registration form by October 15th, 2019.
SpellIt is a free resource available online.
At 11:00 AM on January 6th, The Jewish Education Project will hold 2 regional Spelling Bees. The first and second place champions from each of these Bees will participate in the Daily News Citywide Spelling Bee in the spring.
There will be a cholov yisroel pizza lunch after the morning bees followed by a bee in which all contestants will have the chance to compete for the title of “The Jewish Education Project Spelldown Citywide Champion.” The first and second place champions will be the fifth and sixth entrants into the Daily News Citywide Spelling Bee. This afternoon bee will end between 1:30 and 2:00 PM.