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Spellers Showcase Skills

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Students at R.C. Murphy Junior High School and Setauket and W.S. Mount elementary schools showcased their linguistic skills this winter by participating in school spelling bees. 

After winning their classroom bees, the students competed in the schoolwide contests. Each contestant took turns spelling difficult words as they battled for several rounds for the chance to earn the title of top speller. 

Jonathan Huang was named the winner at Murphy with the word “molasses,” Ryan Himmelsbach was named the winner at Setauket with “secession” and Daphna Fineberg was named the winner at Mount with “migraine.” 

The school spelling champs will now compete in the Long Island Regional Scripps Spelling Bee at Hofstra University in March.
P.J. Gelinas Junior High School will host a school bee at the end of January.


Wednesday, September 18, 2019   |  District Home