Fairfax County Spelling Bee 2016
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Fairfax County Spelling Bee 2016

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Fairfax County Spelling Bee winner and Wakefield Forest Elementary fourth-grader Eric Kim easily spelled his ...

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Kunal Sharma, an eighth-grader at Kilmer Middle School, spells “ecru” during second round of the ...

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Key Middle School seventh-grader Raiza Uddin makes to the third round of the Fairfax County ...

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Carson Middle school seventh-grader Nishitha Vattikonda participates in the Fairfax County Spelling Bee on Sunday, ...

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Maggie Worden, a seventh-grader at Cooper Middle School, spells the word “succotash” during second round ...

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Little Run Elementary fourth-grader Alejandra Prudencio needed some reassurance before the contest from her father. ...

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Oak Hill Elementary first-grader Xiwen Yao was the Fairfax County Spelling Bee’s first speller with ...

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Ayaz Parvez, the father of Sarosh Parvez, a sixth-grader at Fairhill Elementary, says his son’s ...

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Brianna (Min Hee) Son, a sixth-grader at Mosby Woods Elementary, spells the word “antibiotic” at ...

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Waples Mill Elementary sixth-grader Arkan Jumani says silent Gs and Ks are tricky for him ...

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Jin Wen Xie, an eighth-grader at Lanier Middle School, spells “commensurate” during second round of ...

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Brookfield Elementary third-grader Nimal Muthukumar’s (pictured with his mother) winning strategy for the Fairfax County ...

Comments

Publearnow65 1 week, 4 days ago

I think this event look like a selection event for something. Let every child try to give good to him so that he may be successful for custom essay writing australia projects and this event. So keep it up and give their hundred percent. If you give your hundred percent than one day you will be succeed.

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