BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Students at William Woodruff School recently participated in the annual National Geographic Geography Bee.
Ten Grade 5 finalists competed in the championship round to earn the crown of Woodruff Geography Bee Champion and to have the opportunity to move on to the state level competition. Daniel Marinko won the championship by answering seven of eight questions correctly, while second-place honors went to Ryan Matthews. Trevor Consoli took third place.
Marinko participated in a written state test and is awaiting results to advance to the next level.