Chesterfield students to compete in National History Bee

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Davis Elementary qualifiers: (l-r) Javione Allen, Anaya Holmes, Allison Zermeno and Jayden Hickman.

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) – Sixteen Chesterfield County students have qualified to compete in the regional finals of the National History Bee, according to Chesterfield County Public Schools.

The bee is scheduled for April 23 in Washington, D.C.

Here is a list of students who qualified:

Davis Elementary had four fifth-graders qualify: Javione Allen, Jayden Hickman, Anaya Holmes and Allison Zermeno.

Manchester Middle had four qualifiers: seventh-grader Bryan Childers and eighth-graders Zachary Adee, Yash Korde and Tyler Stromberg.

Robious Middle had four eighth-graders qualify: Jenny Glazier, Bryce Hall, Kenna Jenkins and Mark Weeden.

Tomahawk Creek Middle had four qualifiers: seventh-grader Ryan Cope and eighth-graders Jack Clabough, Philip Vieira and Daniel Hall.

Students who finish among the top at the regional final will compete in the National History Bee in June.