Granite District Battle of the Books 2016-2017 Competition Winners

On April 13, 2017, over 50 student teams from 18 different elementary schools in Granite School District converged on Gearld Wright Elementary for the first annual Granite District Battle of the Books competition.  Student teams went head-to-head in this “Family Feud”-style game, in which their knowledge of the 15 books on the official 2016-2017 reading lists was put to the test.

We congratulate all of the students who read and participated in the battles, whether in their school or at the district competition. We thank all of the media clerks, teachers, administrators, parent volunteers, and others who tirelessly supported this program and inspired our students to find excitement in reading.

Check out the winners of our 2016-2017 competitions!

3rd-4th Grade Winners

2017 Battle of the Books 3rd-4th Grade Bracket

2017 Battle of the Books 3rd-4th Grade Bracket

5th-6th Grade Winners

2017 Battle of the Books 5th-6th Grade Bracket

2017 Battle of the Books 5th-6th Grade Bracket

2017-2018 Battle of the Books Competition

Any who are interested in learning how their school can participate in next year’s Battle of the Books program are invited to one of two informational meetings which will be held on Friday, May 12, 2017, at your choice of 12:00-12:30 PM and 2:00-2:30 PM. These meetings will be held at the Educational Technology Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) at 5300 West Cherrywood Lane, West Valley City, UT 84120.

If you have any questions about Battle of the Books, please contact Nikki Gregerson, District Elementary Library Supervisor in the Educational Technology department.

(This post is also available on our Educational Technology department blog at the address: http://www.graniteschools.org/edtech/2017/05/granite-district-battle-of-the-books-2016-2017-competition-winners/)

3 total comments on this postSubmit yours
  1. Battle of the Books is such a great program! Our students loved it and are so excited for next year! If your school didn’t participate this year, you should seriously consider doing it next year.

  2. I did not have students that participated in the Battle of the Books. I was able to help with the competition. I was great! I loved watching the students get excited and the confidence it helped build in students was amazing. Nikki and all of the others that helped to organize this and carry it through, they rock!

  3. HUGE thanks to Nikki and others who spent so many hours organizing and implementing the Battle of the Books. Our school (Fox Hills) chose to participate at a school level only and had great success.

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