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Vocabulary Olympics

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    The Catonsville Middle School. Photo/catonsvillems.bcps.org (Courtesy Photo)

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The Catonsville Middle School is currently conducting its annual Vocabulary Olympics, a way to reinforce vocabulary through the use of athletic competition during physical education classes.

Twice a week the national Junior Honor Society students give students in PE classes vocabulary words to define after completing an event.

With a correct answer the student earns a ticket for their home room bucket. The home room that earns the most tickets from each grade will choose eight students to represent it in the school wide competition for trophies and prizes. 

The home room with the most points wins the championship trophy. The competition will take place 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Feb.21.



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