Spartacus Academic Team

What Is the Academic Team?

The academic team competes in quiz-based competitions that tests players on a wide variety of academic subjects. The game is typically palyed with a lockout buzzer system between two teams, usually consisting of four players each team. A moderator reads questions to the players who try to score points for their team by buzzing first and responding with the correct answer.

Why Should You Join?

Hey you……. Yes, you…… listen carefully…..did you join the Academic Team at Bruner Middle School?  If not, you should.  Why should you join the Academic team?  Because this is an excellent opportunity for you to show your academic skills and knowledge. Members of the Academic team serve as examples of intellectual, musical, and artistic achievement. Meet and make friends with members of Bruner Middle and other schools across the county! There are 6 competitions every year.  Oh wait….. I have more good and exciting news……. Join in the fun and participate in local activities like pizza parties, classroom jeopardy, and so much more

What Are the Benefits?

  • Development of skills and knowledge beyond the classroom

  • Team membership creates friendships, commitment, and "belonging".

  • The Academic Team provides special opportunities for new experiences and fun activities,

  • The team is designed to give students an opportunity to compete against teams from other schools in our local area and national areas.

  • Team members:

    • Gain skills in cooperative planning and team support.

    • Meet motivated and positive students from other schools,

    • Enjoy the camaraderie of team membership.

Dues are $25.00 which includes competition fees, snacks at meetings. Meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 2:45 - 3:15. We will have one fundraiser during the school year.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Cook, Academic Coach, at Bruner Middle School at 833-3266 or email.

What are the Rules?

You can read the The Okaloosa County Tournament Rules by clicking this link.

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