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Roeper School Teacher Advances to Jeopardy! Semi-Finals

Susannah Nichols On Jeopardywith Host Alex Trebeck
Photo Credit: Jeopardy!

 

Susannah Nichols On Jeopardy! with Host Alex Trebeck Photo Credit: Jeopardy!
Susannah Nichols On Jeopardy! with Host Alex Trebeck
Photo Credit: Jeopardy!

Roeper School Teacher Advances to Jeopardy! Semi-Finals

Susannah Nichols Photo Credit: The Roeper School
Susannah Nichols
Photo Credit: The Roeper School

 

Birmingham, Michigan– On May 12, Roeper Upper School English teacher, Susannah Nichols, won her quarter-final round in the Jeopardy Teachers Tournament 2017.

With total earnings of $19,000, Nichols advances to the Semi-Finals on May 16, 2017 at 7:30pm on WDIV.

 

The winner of the Jeopardy Teachers Tournament receives $100,000. Second place wins $50,000 and third wins $25,000.

Here are some additional articles about her and her Jeopardy! run:

Answer: Metro Detroit teacher is ready for ‘Jeopardy!’

Birmingham Teacher Advances on Jeopardy!

English teacher from Michigan to appear on Jeopardy! this week

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For further information, please contact:

Kari Papadopoulos, Director of Communications & Marketing

The Roeper School

41190 Woodward Avenue

Bloomfield Hills MI 48304

kari.papadopoulos@roeper.org , 248-203-7303

 

The Roeper School is an independent coeducational day school for gifted children in metropolitan Detroit founded by George and Annemarie Roeper in 1941. The Roepers believed that all human beings have two central tasks: to come to understand themselves and to discover how they will contribute to the world. As a pre-K through 12th grade school, Roeper plays a formative role in the pursuit of these lifelong goals and offers a whole-child education for gifted students that guides them on the journey to becoming discerning, humane, engaged adults.  With a dedication to diversity, democracy, and community service that dates to its founding, Roeper students and alumni endeavor to fulfill the school’s mission:  Educating and inspiring gifted students to think as individuals and to engage as a community with compassion for each other and this world. For more information, email kari.papadopoulos@roeper.org or visit www.roeper.org.

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