Monday, February 1, 2016

We Learn Annual Spelling Bee Event

WE LEARN SPELLING BEE 2017

Welcome to our site. We are thrilled that you are visiting our site. This means you are interested in us and or are considering participating in this year's We Learn Spelling Bee event. This year's You Learn Spelling Bee will take place on:

Date:     Saturday, April 22nd 2017
At:         Community Conference Room
              800 West Cummings Park Ste. 4750 (4th Floor),
              Woburn, MA 01801
From: From 2:30pm to 7pm.

Call:   (617)-640-2589, or email: welearn@isfscience.org , for more information 
Register Your Child Today
Click here to register your child. Also, because each participant child will receive a gift, and a certificate, we would appreciate some donations. Please donate today using your card  Discover PayPal    for the 2017 We Learn Spelling Bee event.
Purpose
  • To improve and advance the skills associated with good spelling, writing and reading habits.
  • To enhance student development of poise and communication under pressure.
  • To expand student vocabulary and encourage accurate word usage and pronunciation.
  • To provide an opportunity for students to meet and encourage each other.   


Eligibility of Contestants 
This competition is designed for students in grades 1 - 8 but bring even younger achievers for they too shall be accommodated in a special way. Students must compete on the grade level in which they are enrolled in school.

Resources: Word Lists
Click here to access the Word Lists

Awards

All participants will receive a participation certificate.
A trophy will be awarded to the participant who places first.
Scholarships shall be awarded to those who place second and third.

OTHER PROJECTS
1. Youth in Action
2. Skills, Training & Community Empowerment
3. Tutoring: Math, Reading and Writing
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Register Your Child Today and Donate

About We Learn Program

The We Learn Program (WLP) seeks:
i) to avail educational resources to children from financially and culturally-challenged households and
ii) to educate and support the parents to manage the challenges that range from after school placement, computer procurement, use and maintenance, homework and educational trips. Every year, ISF, Inc, through the WLP organizes the Spelling Bee as the crown event. This event is basically a spelling bee but it also engages participants in reading, comprehension and writing aptitudes. Parents get to exchange notes about best practices, resources availability and managing the relationships with their children's teachers.
WLP targets children from age 3 through high school and their parents, usually fiscally challenged Americans but increasingly immigrants.
By connecting parents and children to educational resources, we level the ground and thus act as a acculturation/Americanization catalyst. The end result will be better adjustment by the children involved. The Intercontinental Science Foundation Inc, insists on two ideals: passion for the common good and an open mind, willing to learn and grow.