Windsor Hill hosts Black History Bowl

  • Friday, February 28, 2014

Provided Winners of the Black History Bowls are, from left, Tiernan O’Rourke, Endia Sprinkle and Jada Smith. Back row from left: Joseph Jensen, Jayyion Snow, Tyleah Holmes, Kailin Sullivan and Kristen Burison.

In celebration of Black History Month, Windsor Hill Arts Infused Elementary students from third, fourth and fifth grade classes competed in individual grade level Black History Quiz Bowls on Jan. 16.

Each class had two representatives to participate in the school’s bowl. Winners from the school’s bowl were third grade Nicholas McGill in first place, Bianca Cherry in second and Caden Maxwell in third.

Fourth grade winners: Ternan O’Rourke in first, Endia Sprinkle took second, Tyleah Holmes in third and Jada Smith in fourth.

Fifth grade winners: Kristen Burison took first, Kailin Sullivan took second, Joseph Jensen in third and Jayvion Snow took fourth.

Instructional Technology Specialist Pam Inabinett set up the bowl, using a Jeopardy type game and buzzers, and coordinated the event with Windsor Hill’s Read 180 teacher, Andznetta Bradley.

The top four place winners in fourth and fifth grades competed in the Mu Alpha Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Annual Black History Quiz Bowl, held at The Citadel on Feb. 8. Many local elementary, middle and high school teams tested their Black History Knowledge and competed for the annual award and recognition as the Black History Quiz Bowl Champions. Windsor Arts Infused Elementary School won second place in the Elementary Division.

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