- Prove that you are smarter than a 5th grader…
- Have loads of fun (creative hats, quirky judges, much laughter)…
- Feel satisfied that you have supported the children of Arlington…
Over Twenty teams (of adults) represent schools, organizations and even elected officials who test their knowledge on trivia categories such as: Arlington trivia, sports, history, literature, pop culture and more.
Bring the entire family! We have trivia, design challenges, activities and prizes – for kids and audience members too!
- Will receive a ¼ page FREE ad in the Bee program (non-profit teams only)
- May bring a banner to hang in the balcony and flyers or brochures for our team publicity table
- Will be highlighted in our press releases, Web site and social media
To enter, form a team of three contestants (adults, please), and submit the registration form. There is a $75 entry fee/team. Although teams with Arlington teachers participate for free! All proceeds help to sustain AEF’s work supporting students and teachers in Arlington. In 2015, we raised $6,900 thanks to our generous sponsors.
Team registration deadline is mid-March
To register, send registration form and payment to: Arlington Education Foundation, P.O. Box 80, Arlington MA 02476
2015 Event Recap..
Victory was sweet for ‘Team CSC’, a group of friends (Marylou Carr, Dana Simon and David Cleary) who won in a sudden death pesticide round against ‘The Fam’ (family members Rebecca Steinitz, Mara Steinitz and Sam Putnam). The winning question? “What country won the gold medal in both men’s and women’s hockey at the 2014 Olympics in Sochi?” ‘Team CSC’ answered correctly with Canada and flew home with the coveted Trivia Bee Crown.
Many teams donned creative hats and costumes. Thompson School’s team ‘Green with Envy’ won the award for best costume with team members Jason Loeb, Eric Eddy and Peter Thompson clothed in bright green spandex shirts and head coverings representing their school’s environmental stewardship culture.
Over sixteen local businesses showed their support for public education in Arlington by sponsoring the event and donating a total of $6,900. All proceeds directly fund Arlington Education Foundation’s work in the Arlington Public Schools.
Arlington Education Association
Arlington High School
Board of Selectmen