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Horizon Prep Spanish Speaking/Spelling Bee

Spanish Spelling Bee Winners! First row (L-R) Brooklyn Briscoe, Irelynd Lorenzen, Revere Schmidt, Kennedy Caffrey, Lukas Gregg, Jack Carroll, Daniel Greathouse; Second row (L-R) Bella Raiszadeh, Lindsay Raugh, Grace Yale, Jasmine Kennedy, Jazmin Nason (not pictured:  Katie Bartolotta)
Spanish Spelling Bee Winners! First row (L-R) Brooklyn Briscoe, Irelynd Lorenzen, Revere Schmidt, Kennedy Caffrey, Lukas Gregg, Jack Carroll, Daniel Greathouse; Second row (L-R) Bella Raiszadeh, Lindsay Raugh, Grace Yale, Jasmine Kennedy, Jazmin Nason (not pictured: Katie Bartolotta)
Second grade Spanish Speaking Bee Finalists: First row (L-R): Rachel Coons, Luke Martin, Erika Vargas, Lauren Phillip; Second row (L-R): Presley Taylor, Abigail Shaull, Greer Wetmore, Nicole Campbell
Second grade Spanish Speaking Bee Finalists: First row (L-R): Rachel Coons, Luke Martin, Erika Vargas, Lauren Phillip; Second row (L-R): Presley Taylor, Abigail Shaull, Greer Wetmore, Nicole Campbell
First grade Spanish Speaking Bee finalists: First row (L-R) Austin DeMuth, Tripp Calabrese, Rocco Quade; Second row (L-R) Haidyn Lorenzen, Josh Preske, Noah Joseph, Sophia Greathouse (not pictured:  Emerson Wetmore)
First grade Spanish Speaking Bee finalists: First row (L-R) Austin DeMuth, Tripp Calabrese, Rocco Quade; Second row (L-R) Haidyn Lorenzen, Josh Preske, Noah Joseph, Sophia Greathouse (not pictured: Emerson Wetmore)

The Spanish Department will have to get a longer, harder list of words for next year’s Spanish Speaking/Spelling Bee, because the students aced this year’s list with ease! “The third graders ran through 120 words and the fourth graders ran through 170!” said Horizon Prep Spanish Teacher Karen Beltran, “We even ended up with a five-way tie for first place in third grade because the students knew the words so well!”

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Spanish is one of five languages in Horizon Prep’s Classical Education curriculum, which also includes: Latin, Mandarin, English, and Code (Computer Programming).

“I am very proud of all the students,”  says Señora Beltran, “they studied very hard and put forth their best effort in striving for excellence!”

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