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LV first-grade spelling bee


LV first-grade spelling bee
La Vernia first-grade spelling bee participants included (back, from left) Clare Ploch, Elizabeth Buerkle, Michael Sheffield, Preston Waltisperger, Mazie Ross, Elizabeth Jordan, Bailey Crane, Erin McNeill, Joel Robertson, Barrett Eddlemon, (front) Stratton Hayes, John Taft, Carter Schulz, Colton Collins, Jessica Davis, Cale Tedford, Chloe Perry, and Morgan Mueller.


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Jessica Davis won the La Vernia Primary annual first-grade spelling bee. Jessica won after 12 rounds of intense competition. It was an incredible event with 50 students participating. The competition was tough and third-grade words had to be used to find a winner! . . .

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