From left to right: the 7th and 8th grade team – Centralia Junior High students Tanner Hoyt, Ashley Renick, Allie Earle, Alli Kingsley. Submitted Photo.
From left to right: the 5th and 6th Grade Team – Nashville Grade School students Bridget Styninger, Ally Hamon, Madison Schuette, and Carli Hoffman. Submitted Photo.
From left to right: the 3rd and 4th Grade Team - Nashville Grade School students Brooklyne Luessenheide, Jordan Donoto, Hana Gorzgorek, and Gabe Kreid. Submitted Photo.
Education Regional Superintendent Announces Team Quest WinnersRegional Superintendent of Schools Keri Garrett hosted the annual Team Quest events for area school children. In the third and fourth grade division, the Nashville Elementary School District placed first. In the fifth and sixth grade division, the Nashville Elementary School District placed first. In the seventh and eighth grade division, Centralia Junior High School placed first.
Team Quest is designed for four divisions of grade levels. The third and forth grade level challenges students in the basics of cooperative learning. The fifth and sixth grade events encourage students to combine team work with knowledge and strategy. At the seventh and eighth grade level, teams are presented with activities that promote higher level thinking and problem solving.
During the competition, teams are asked to solve problems in many areas of academic instruction. Team Quest includes activities in music, the arts, geography, language arts, science, and math. Teams are challenged to apply their knowledge to real life problems incorporating creativity, imagination, and engineering into the events.
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