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Spelling Bee

More than 200 students, from 36 elementary schools and 11 middle schools, competed in the Cherry Creek School District Spelling Bee on January 26, 2018. 

During the morning, the students took a vocabulary test, as well as a written spelling test.  From the combined scores of these two exams, 33 students won a spot in the Oral Spelling Bee.  After eleven rounds, we had our champion!

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Congratulations to our top 3 Spellers:

1st Place, Mahi Kathait, 7th grader at Liberty Middle School

2nd Place, Aarya Rane, 4th grader at Rolling Hills Elementary School

3rd Place, Snigdha Kumar, 6th grader at Fox Ridge Middle School

 

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These 20 finalists will represent our district at the State Spelling Bee next month:

 

Mahi Kathait, seventh-grader, Liberty Middle School

Aarya Rane, fourth-grader, Rolling Hills Elementary

Snigdha Kumar, sixth-grader, Fox Ridge Middle School

Angelo Pan, eighth-grader, Campus Middle School 

Maaz Qureshi, sixth-grader, Fox Ridge Middle School

Ivan Shokhrin, seventh-grader, Campus Middle School

Saisha Garud, sixth-grader, West Middle School

Daak  Amum,  fourth-grader, Holly  Hills Elementary

Jackson English, sixth-grader, Horizon Community Middle School

Jennifer Oh, sixth-grader, Campus Middle School

Kayden Eshun, fourth-grader, Creekside  Elementary

Harini Sundaram, fifth-grader, Pine Ridge Elementary

Kyle Cacciavillani, fifth-grader, Fox Hollow Elementary

Shreya Rajan, sixth-grader, Thunder Ridge Middle School

Avishi Singh, eighth-grader, Liberty Middle School 

Herschel  Brown,  fifth-grader, Holly Hills Elementary

Abbas Shaikh, eighth-grader, West Middle School

Kenley Ellis, fifth-grader, Greenwood Elementary

Carly Philpott, seventh-grader, Campus Middle School

Gayathri Saravanakumar, sixth-grader, Falcon Creek Middle School               


 

 

 

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